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Undergraduate student employees are paid according to the wage information below.
Federal Work-Study Program and Academic Year 2022-23 employment dates are:
August 22, 2022 - May 14, 2023
The wages below become effective December 26, 2022:
Student Worker 1 - $14.13/hour:
Positions require little to no prior experience. Work is structured, with a high level of supervision.
Student Worker 2 - $15.00/hour:
Positions normally require one or more years of experience. Moderate application of technical knowledge or independent decision making may be required. Jobs entailing extensive physical exertion or adverse working conditions are also included in this classification.
Manager/Tutor - $17.00/hour:
Positions normally require two or more years of experience or related course work. These positions may include peer instruction or supervision and require a high level of independent decision making.
Custom grade positions require the highest level of independent decision making and expertise. These positions must include multiple proficiencies or responsibilities exceeding those of the Manager/Tutor role. Wages are individually approved by the Student Employment Office for each position and must exceed $17/hour.
US Citizens/Permanent Residents:
US citizens and permanent residents have no weekly employment limit. However, overtime accrues once 40 hours of work are exceeded in a week. For students with multiple jobs, the overtime threshold is cumulative between all jobs. Overtime wages are paid at a 50% premium.
International students are limited to 20 hours of work per week during term time. International students may work up to 40 hours per week during breaks in the academic calendar (fall break, intersession, spring break and summer vacation).
Students are paid according to the Biweekly Payroll Schedule found here.