Teaching Assistantships award a stipend of $14,000 for the academic year plus a tuition and fee waiver. There are two special assistantships that carry a stipend of $18,000. The extra funds come from a Wilson Scholarship that are awarded on a competitive basis. Additional funds may be available for summer semester instruction.
Teaching assistants will be expected to perform specific teaching and grading duties. Normally this will not exceed teaching 6 credit hours per semester or the academic equivalent. Awards are based on academic credentials submitted with the graduate school application. Although not required, it is recommended that applicants for assistantships take the GRE Math Subject Test. The application deadline for Assistantships is March 15. Research Assistantships are often available as well.
Teaching Assistantships are also subject to the following guidelines:
The University of Nevada, Reno is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. The University employs only U.S. citizens and those aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States.