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An excellent way to improve your mastery of mathematics is to become involved in teaching it. There are positions available to undergraduates as graders and tutors. Graders correct and grade homework assignments in the larger courses. A student is eligible to grade any course he/she has passed with a grade of B or better, but the positions are competitive. Applications should be submitted to the Graduate Program Office (2082 East Hall) during the first few days of classes each term. Undergraduate graders are currently paid ~$12 per hour.
Undergraduates wanting tutor/proctor positions in the Math Lab and/or the Computerized Gateway Testing Lab should contact the Math Lab Director (currently Irina Arakelian). Applications are then submitted online. Tutors provide help in courses through Math 217 and are paid ~$15 per hour.