This page is intended to help both students who want to work as hourly employees for EECS and their supervisors.
Supervisors: Be sure that your student hourly employees are entering their hours online accurately by no later than 9 a.m on Mondays (or by 9 a.m on Tuesday if Monday is a MIT holiday). Lab Assistants and Graders are limited to 10 hours per week.
Hourly Student Employees: Please read the following and then ask questions!
Lab Assistants and Graders are limited to 10 hours per week.
Pay rates for EECS standard hourly jobs: Course/Lab Assistant, HKN Tutor, Grader, Other Helper:
EECS standard hourly rates
|Other||$15.50 (Effective September 5, 2023)|
EECS Instructors: if your EECS course uses LAs or Graders, please hire them using the Eduportal System. Please go to https://eecseduportal.mit.edu/eduportal/lects/#my-assigned-classes–la-graders. Please check with EOs if you have any question.
Please note that you must be a registered student at MIT and completed an I-9 form with the Atlas Service Center, before you can start any hourly position. You will be entered into the MIT student payroll system (provided that you are a registered student and have completed your I-9).
Do not exit your timesheet by clicking the “x” to close your window. Instead, click on the “home” link in the upper right. Otherwise, your timesheet will be locked for half-hour before it can be approved!
UROP: Submit a UROP application online at https://urop.mit.edu/research-exploration/urop/find-projects-apply When it is approved, UROP payroll coordinator will receive a notification and payroll will be processed accordingly.
International students should visit http://web.mit.edu/iso/immigration/emp_campus.shtml to understand all visa limitations.
Employment Verification: If you are an hourly student employee in need of employment verification, please use the CCC Verify tools provided by MIT.
last update: January 3, 2023