Student Academic Appointment (SAA)
A Student Academic Appointment is a form of internship that combines academic training with work responsibilities. Work responsibilities depend on the specific position. For example, associate instructors serve as instructors of record; graduate assistants are teaching assistants that serve as an assistant to a teaching faculty or lecturer. Sociology SAA appointments are 50% FTE, 20 hours per week during each term of their employment.
- Appointments are for Fall, Spring, and Summer term(s).
- You must sign the SAA contract prior to the start of the semester. Make an appointment to meet with Lisa Aten (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- You must enroll in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester while on appointment.
- Stipend is paid through IU payroll as direct deposit and is taxable income.
You can find more information in the Student Academic Appointee Handbook. This includes information and policies pertaining to those of you with assistantships (Student Academic Appointments).