Graders

Graders for courses in the School of Mathematics are hired on the request of the faculty for courses that do not have a recitation section. Please note that we do NOT hire graders for the majority of our first- and second-year Calculus courses.

Applications for grading positions are accepted at any time of the year, but hiring decisions are usually not made until the first two weeks of class in any given term. The number of available positions varies from term to term.

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY FOR A GRADER POSITION UNLESS YOU ARE ABLE TO GRADE AT THE 3000-LEVEL OR ABOVE!

 

Grader Information

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY FOR A GRADER POSITION UNLESS YOU ARE ABLE TO GRADE AT THE 3000-LEVEL OR ABOVE! For the math courses syllabi, see our undergraduate courses and our graduate courses

Applications for grading positions are accepted at any time of the year, but hiring decisions are usually not made until the first two weeks of class in any given term. The number of available positions varies from term to term.

Students Wishing to Apply for Grading Positions: If you wish to apply for a grading position in the School of Mathematics, please first read the important grader information page. You may then fill out the application form. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact Ms. Klara Grodzinsky by e-mail at klarag@math.gatech.edu, or by phone at 404-894-4397.

Instructors Needing a Grader: If you are an instructor who would like to request a grader for your course, please fill out the grader request form. You will need to complete this form even if you have already found your own grader. We do not hire graders for classes that have a teaching assistant. Grader positions are filled based on the qualifications of the applicants, so please send your request as soon as possible to ensure that a grader will be available for your course. You may not receive your grader assignment until the end of the second week of classes. Please note that in some cases, you may have to find your own grader if there are no applicants who are qualified to grade your course.