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Faculty TA/RA Hire Form

Questions about hiring? Click here to review the Student Employee Hiring Process and Procedures.

After you fill out this form and click submit, Alex Allred will follow up with you and your student to get the hiring process started.
Position you are hiring for*
Student Employment Wage Guide
  • TEACHING ASSISTANTS:  Pay starts at $13/hr with $0.50 raises each continuing semester.
  • RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (paid from department account):  Pay starts at $13/hr with $0.50 raises each continuing semester.
  • RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (paid from faculty account):  Pay starts at $13-$14.50/hr.  Wage can be determined by the faculty supervisor based on experience, skill, or special assignment.
  • RAISES:  Student pay can increase by $1.50 per year ($0.50 raises per semester for Fall, Winter, and Spring/Summer).
  • WAGE CAP:  The wage cap for students is $19/hr unless approved through Brian Cannon and/or the student has special assignments or skills that justify a higher pay rate.
  • PREVIOUS EMPLOYEES:  Previous department student employees will be rehired at the rate that they left their last History Department assignment plus $0.50.
  • CONCURRENT EMPLOYEES:  Students with more than one position in the History Department will be hired at the same rate for both positions.
IF HIRING AN RA: Will your RA be paid from the department account or from your faculty research account?
Will you be mentoring this student employee in a way that qualifies as Experiential Learning?
Experiential learning is a process of learning through experience and reflection and occurs outside the formal classroom. While learning may naturally occur through any given experience, not every experience produces experiential learning. At BYU, four pillars distinguish experiential learning from ordinary or chance experience.
1. Inspiration: Foster opportunities which lead to inspiration or revelation.
2. Intention: Clear learning outcomes are identified or a problem to be solved is clearly defined.
3. Integration: Application of emerging inspiration, knowledge, skills, or dispositions are fostered.
4. Reflection: Periodic, structured opportunities to reflect and integrate learning.