Instructor Application FAQ

Below are some of our most frequently asked questions about the second round of the instructor application process. If you have others, please be sure to let us know at

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I applied in past years but I don't remember my log in. Should I start a new account?

No. Please first try entering the email you think you used and using the “Forgot Password” button.

I have taught at SASLI before - do I need to submit my materials again?

Yes, you must submit updated materials.


How can I apply to teach more than one language and/or level at SASLI?

Please indicate in your cover letter the languages and levels that you are applying to teach.


I applied for more than one level/language. Which level should I submit a syllabus for?

You can choose what level you want to submit the syllabus for. We suggest submitting the level that you most would like to teach. If you are hired, though, you may be asked to teach that level or a different level.

What should be included on my syllabus?

Each instructor is required to develop the material for their own syllabus. You may find the archived syllabi on our Languages and Levels page helpful as guidance for what has been covered in past years.

What types of evaluations are expected?

Student evaluations that come from an institution are preferable. If these are not available, evaluations written by students informally may be accepted. The SASLI hiring committee will review student and performance evaluations from instructors who have previously taught at SASLI.