Job classifications and pay rates are designed to create equity between jobs that permit study time and those that do not and to encourage students to remain with the same office/department from one year to the next.
|A||1||8.00||Undergraduate Monitors and Temps|
|B||1||8.25||Undergraduate Assistants, Year 1|
|B||2||8.50||Undergraduate Assistants, Year 2|
|C||1||8.75||Undergraduate Assistants, Year 1 (no studying time)|
|C||2||9.00||Undergraduate Assistants, Year 2 (no studying time)|
|E||1||11.00||Hosts & Servers|
|F||1||9.50||Graduate Positions, Year 1|
|G||1||12.20||Graduate Positions, Year 2|
|K||1||12.00||Models in Art Dept|
Additional information on classifications of student job grades are:
Grade A: Student has one specific responsibility; is not expected to perform other tasks and is permitted to study as long as responsibility is met. Generally, this level includes those who are able to study one half of the time or more.
Grade B: Student functions as a monitor/worker; is expected to perform additional duties as requested and is permitted to study when these responsibilities have been met.
Grade C: Student is fully occupied during work hours and is not permitted to study or do other non-job related activities.
Grade D Supervisors: students whose primary responsibility is to oversee the scheduling and performance of other students. Must be returning students.This position requires approval from the Employment Manager
A full time job is at least 6 hours/week for the academic year.
These pay rates also apply to off-campus Federal Work Study jobs.
|Position||Stipend / Semester|
|Position||Stipend /Academic Year
|Head Fellow||1,000.00 additional to I, or II|
All students are paid according to the listed rates.