UT Arlington, Department of Mathematics The University of Texas at Arlington

Graduate TA Stipends

In order to receive full consideration for Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) support in Fall 2013, applicants need to complete the Graduate School admission application by February 1, 2013. Admission application also serves as GTA application, which will continue to be reviewed until all positions are filled. To apply, please visit the Graduate School application website.


College of Science GTA Stipend
Title: Graduate Teaching Assistant I
  • Student has been admitted to the Graduate School and has completed fewer than 30 semester hours of graduate mathematics courses.
Service Required: 20 hours/week (Fall and Spring Semesters)

Monthly Stipend 9 Months Stipend
$2,000 $18,000


Tuition Benefit
  • 85% of tuition covered (College of Science GTA pays about $1,200 in tuition, per academic year).


Remarks:
  1. Additional summer supports during June, July, August are also available. The stipend is $4,500 per summer for GTAs.
  2. The types of service rendered to the department include working in the computer lab, grading papers, assisting with calculus lab recitations, providing general classroom assistance, and teaching one or two classes.
  3. GTAs are required to take 9 hours of coursework per Fall and Spring Semesters (6 hours of coursework for Summer Semester if receiving summer support).
  4. The stipends are scaled according to how far along a graduate student is in his/her program. Promotions to a higher level and pay raises will be made only at the beginning of a semester.

 

UTA Doctoral/Masters Degree Fellowships

Graduate Fellowships are being offered for the support of outstanding masters degree and doctoral students at The University of Texas at Arlington. For more information, visit the website: Graduate Financial Aid Resources

 

 

For further information and application forms, visit the Graduate School website.

For inquiries about the Department of Mathematics, call or send an email to the Mathematics Graduate Program Advisors.