Undergraduate TA Positions -- Application Instructions
(see the TA Home Page for an overview and more information on CSE TA positions.)
- Go to the TA application website and sign in with your UW NetID: https://ta.cs.washington.edu/apply/
- You should now see a page with your "TA Candidate Dashboard". Click the "Apply" button which will take you to the application page.
- In the Basic information section, you should see your name displayed; For "TA type", make the appropriate selection.
- In the Personal statement section, you may describe why you would like to be a TA and/or what outside experience you have. This is not required; rather the purpose is for you to provide any information you'd like instructors and/or the TA administrators to know when considering you for a TA position. This information is particularly helpful if you are a non-CSE student or a first-time applicant. Graduate students from other majors can also provide links to their CV or undergrad transcript information if available.
- In the Course category preferences section, indicate your general preferences for the various course areas.
- Finally, in the Individual course preferences section, you can indicate your TA preference rankings for individual courses. Simply give whichever course you would prefer to be assigned to a higher ranking preference from 1 to 5 (with 5 being most preferred) and rank any other courses relative to that (or the same if you have an equal preference). Also, if you are unable to TA for a course due to a schedule time conflict (i.e. you are unable to attend any of that course's lectures OR the weekly course staff meeting), please check the schedule conflict checkbox in the first column.
- Click the Submit button and you're all done!
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The University of Washington is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at 206.543.6450 / 206.543.6452 (tty) or dsou.washington.edu.
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