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Pay Periods and Rates

Pay Rates

The hourly pay rates are set by the Office of Student Employment (OSE) and are based on the skill-level set and responsibilities required in the position. Supervisors may recommend a pay rate using the Pay Rate Selection Form. The hourly pay rates are as follows:

  • $8.50 Office assistants: provide general clerical work, including filing, data entry, receptionist work, and general routine operations.
  • $9.50 Type II Program assistants: support academic computing labs (non-clerical), learning centers, and mail room/facilities operations, working as tutors, note-takers, readers, and computer lab assistants, medical lab/office assistants, facilities/mail room assistants, and student supervisors.
  • $10.50 Type III Technicians, Web site developers, research/teaching assistants: positions requiring specific skill sets or training to meet responsibilities, including lab and computer technicians, research assistants, teaching assistants, Blackboard/online course developers, information specialists, computer and medical lab technicians, database/Web site developers, and student supervisors.
  • $8.50 - $12.50 Type IV: Paid community service positions and special assignments for federal work-study students vary based on the position and agency. Students who work special events, such as commencement, SOURCE, and other major college-sponsored events and conferences are generally paid at their current hourly rate for that event. Higher pay rates must be approved by the student employment administrator.

Pay Periods

Old Westbury and Central Islip Student Employees (Please check this site often as dates may change without notice):

  • Time sheets are due every Friday by 10 a.m.
  • If a student accumulates time sheets beyond two weeks, the Office of Student Employment (OSE) will begin the termination process for that student.
  • If you submit time sheets correctly and weekly, you should be paid consistently on the 3rd and the 18th of every month. If the 3rd or the 18th occurs on a weekend, you will be paid on the Friday before.
  • Old Westbury and Central Islip students pick up your checks in the department you work for. This table tells you when you will be paid for time sheets handed in within the time frame indicated in the first column.

Manhattan Student Employees (Please check this site often as dates may change without notice):

  • In the summer, time sheets are due every Thursday by 1 p.m. During the rest of the year, time sheets are due every Friday by 10 a.m.
  • If a student accumulates time sheets beyond two weeks, OSE will begin the termination process for that student.
  • If you submit time sheets correctly and weekly, you should be paid consistently on the 3rd and the 18th of every month. If the 3rd or the 18th occurs on a weekend, you will be paid on the Friday before.
  • Manhattan students pick up your checks on the 12th floor of the Main Campus Building, 1855 Broadway, room 1201. This table tells you when you will be paid for time sheets handed in within the time frame indicated in the first column.

If you submit your time sheets between:

You will be paid on:

July 21 – Aug. 3

Aug. 17

Aug. 4 – 17

Aug. 31

Aug. 18 – 31

Sept. 15

Sept. 1 – 14

Oct. 3

Sept. 15 – 28

Oct. 18

Sept. 29 – Oct. 19

Nov. 2

Oct. 20 – 26

Nov. 16

Oct. 27 – Nov. 9

Dec. 3

Nov. 10 – 30

Dec. 1

If you submit your time sheets between:

You will be paid on:

July 21 – Aug. 2

Aug. 18

Aug. 4 – 16

Aug. 31

Aug. 18 – 30

Sept. 15

Sept. 1 – 14

Oct. 3

Sept. 15 – 28

Oct. 18

Sept. 29 – Oct. 19

Nov. 2

Oct. 20 – 26

Nov. 16

Oct. 27 – Nov. 9

Dec. 3

Nov. 10 – 30

Dec. 18


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