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Cell phone number (not required, but will be useful when making CA assignments)
House (or the house you will be in after Freshman year)
Field of Concentration
Are you a returning CA?
If you are a returning CA, please list the semester(s), course(s), and TF(s) that you have worked with.
Please list all of the (college-level) Math courses you have taken, with instructors' names and grades.
Please list all of the (college-level) Science courses you have taken and grades.
Please list the Math and Science courses you intend to take this coming year (if any).
In a few sentences, describe your reasons for applying to be a CA. What attracts you to the job?
Besides your classes, what activities currently take up a significant amount of your time? (This job requires a commitment of about 12 hours per week.)
Which calculus course(s) would you be interested in working with? Select all that apply.
Math Ma/Mb: Introduction to Functions and Calculus
Math 1a: Introduction to Calculus
Math 1b: Calculus, Series, and Differential Equations
Math 18: Topics from Single and Multivariable Calculus for Social Sciences
Math 19a: Modeling and Differential Equations for the Life Sciences
Math 19b: Linear Algebra, Probability, and Statistics for the Life Sciences
Math 21a: Multivariable Calculus
Math 21b: Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Terms of Agreement: Important! University rules state that in order to hire an undergraduate course assistant, employers need to, with the student's permission, confirm with their Resident that the proposed candidate 1) Has attained sophomore standing and is at least in the third term of residency upon accepting the job. 2) Is not on probation. 3) Has an academic GPA of 3.33 or better in the two previous semesters. Therefore as part of this job application, you must click below to give the required permission.
Yes, I give permission for you to contact my Resident Dean.
No, I do not give permission.
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