An academically qualified and registered graduate or undergraduate student who provides tutoring to individual (one-on-one) or small groups of students.
- Facilitate independent learning and
- Assist students in understanding course materials.
Academic Qualifications for Tutors
- Enrollment Requirement — For new and continuing graduate students:
- Enrollment in at least 12 units (full time) during the current quarter — ONLY Readers and Tutors can be employed Part-Time (8 units)
- Combined campus wide employment of no more than 50 percent time (220 hours of assigned workload) or less during any academic quarter.
- Grade/GPA Requirement — For continuing graduate students, during each of the three most recent quarters of enrollment:
- Completion of 8 units or more of upper division or graduate level credit courses.
- A letter grade of C, S, or above in all courses completed.
- No more than two incomplete (I) grades except where stricter school policies apply. In the Henry Samueli School of Engineering, ALL incomplete (I) grades must be cleared prior to Fall quarter.
- A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for Tutors
- Satisfactory academic progress toward the degree objective
- Doc2A Definition & Guidelines
By definition, a Doc2A student is enrolled more than 9 quarters past their advancement to candidacy for the Ph.D. The Doc2A quarter count begins with the quarter immediately following their advancement to candidacy date. The university does not receive state funding for students who are in Doc2A status nor are they included in official enrollment counts. Graduate students in Doc2A status may be appointed to GSR/GSAR titles at the hiring department’s discretion, provided they are making satisfactory academic progress; and to ASE titles at the hiring department’s discretion if they are within the 18-quarter service limit for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Associates; meet academic qualifications including enrollment and grade/GPA requirements; and meet English language proficiency requirements for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Associates (for international and U.S. permanent resident students who are not citizens of countries where English is the primary or dominant language).