Saint Leo University is creating a pool of potential adjunct instructors to teach Academic Writing I and II at our San Diego center, located in San Diego, California.
Appointments are for immediate and upcoming terms.
Applications are accepted on a continuous basis and are processed as priority upon the receipt of all official transcripts.
An adjunct instructor is a term-to-term appointment with responsibility to students, course material and classroom instruction.
Instructors will be responsible for teaching Academic Writing I and II courses.
Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is the minimum requirement for undergraduate programs. Doctorate degree from a regionally accredited institution is required for graduate programs.
A Doctorate degree in English/ American Literature from a regionally accredited institution is preferable.
A Master’s degree and at least 18 graduate credit hours in English or a closely related field is the minimum requirement for undergraduate programs. The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.
Open Until Filled
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Official transcripts for Master and Doctorate degrees are required to complete your application packet and are to be issued directly to Saint Leo University from the respective education institution.
Please have transcripts and certified evaluations mailed to:
SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS – MC2006
ATTN : VERONICA MANTEGNA
PO BOX 6665
SAINT LEO FL 33574-6665
Transcripts mailed to any other address or location will result in a delay of your application process.
Transcripts that are issued / addressed to the student or received by the student are NOT accepted.
A certified evaluation and translation from World Education Services ( WES ) is required for foreign transcripts. You may contact WES directly at www.wes.org or 800-937-3895.
Expenses for official transcripts are the responsibility of the applicant.
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