2023-24 Academic Year Student Payroll Information
Student pay periods are two weeks long. They start on a Friday and close on the second following Thursday for a total of 14 days in each student pay period. Please see this year’s dates by clicking on Pay Schedule below.
All time must be entered by the last day of the pay period (always a Thursday). After the pay period closes, students will not be able to enter hours for that pay period and will need to contact their supervisor with any issues.
# Pay Period Begin Pay Period End Payday 1 Fri, September 1 Thu, September 14 Fri, September 22 2 Fri, September 15 Thu, September 28 Fri, October 06 3 Fri, September 29 Thu, October 12 Fri, October 20 4 Fri, October 13 Thu, October 26 Fri, November 03 5 Fri, October 27 Thu, November 9 Fri, November 17
6 Fri, November 10 Thu, November 23 Fri, December 01 7 Fri, November 24 Thu, December 07 Fri, December 15 8 Fri, December 08 Thu, December 21 Fri, December 29 9 Fri, December 22 Thu, January 04 Fri, January 12 10 Fri, January 05 Thu, January 18 Fri, January 26 11 Fri, January 19 Thu, February 01 Fri, February 09 12 Fri, February 02 Thu, February 15 Fri, February 23 13 Fri, February 16 Thu, February 29 Fri, March 8 14 Fri, March 01 Thu, March 14 Fri, March 22 15 Fri, March 15 Thu, March 28 Fri, April 05 16 Fri, March 29 Thu, April 11 Fri, April 19 17 Fri, April 12 Thu, April 25 Fri, May 03 18 Fri, April 26 Thu, May 09 Fri, May 17 19 Fri, May 10 Thu, May 23 Fri, May 31
Established pay rates are reviewed regularly and designed to promote job equity across departments as well as remain in compliance with state labor law.
ALL students must be paid according to the listed rates. Please note that descriptions below are not necessarily all inclusive, but give a general idea of position types within each pay grade.
Grade Step Rate/Hour Eff. Jan. 1, 2023 Description C 1 $15.00 Undergraduate Positions, Year 1 C 2 $15.25 Undergraduate Positions, Year 2+ D 1 $15.50 Undergraduate Student Supervisors F 1 $15.75 Graduate Positions, Year 1 + Lifeguards, Hosts & Yoga Instructors F 2 $16.00 Graduate Positions, Year 2 + Undergraduate Art Models
Grade C: Hourly positions with varying degrees of responsibility.
Grade D: Students whose primary responsibility is to oversee the scheduling and performance of other students. Must be returning students.
Grade F: Graduate students + Host & Servers (TIPS and/or MA Crowd Management certified), Lifeguards (lifeguard and CPR certifications), Yoga Instructors (certified).
*Additional notes regarding TAs:
- TAs must be hired/rehired each semester.
- Undergraduate student Teaching Assistants are paid on an hourly basis. Students in these positions must record their hours on their timesheet for each pay period (see payroll calendar above).