Every graduate student need not only to make satisfactory progress in their studies and research, but also to carry out the teaching and/or other duties assigned to them by the department and the university. Failing to carry out their duties will result in prorated stipend, the termination of their assistantships, or the suspension from the graduate program.
Examples of failing to carry out duties include, but not limited to
- Failure to teach assigned classes or perform assigned duties in the MTLC.
- Failure to consult with course coordinator or the Director of Lower Division Instruction about changes to their courses.
- Failure to consult with the Supervisor of Tutors and Proctors or the MTLC Lab Coordinator about changes to MTLC schedules or duties.
- Leaving before the end of the semester (defined as the date grades are due) or returning after the Monday before classes start without permission of MTLC and graduate director.