Other Graduate Students

Non-Stern MBA graduate students wishing to work as Teaching Fellows, Graduate Fellows, or Grader/Tutors must have consent from the Department Coordinator of the department which the course is offered in. Please see FAQ for a list of all department coordinators. Non-Stern MBA graduate students enrolled in professional programs (Law, Medical, Dental) will receive compensation in the form of tuition remission at their home school. All other Non-Stern graduate students as well as Stern non-MBA graduate students are not exempt from the collective bargaining agreement of the UAW-Local 2110 for Graduate Employees at New York University and will receive compensation via payroll which is subject to union dues and taxes. Graders and Tutors are exempt. For more information, please visit www.makingabetternyu.org/gsocuaw/ or contact Local 2110 at gsoc@2110uaw.org. Full-Time and Part-Time regular employees of NYU are not eligible for the Teaching Fellow or Graduate Fellow programs. Please note that once an application has been approved by the Teaching Assistance Center the compensation amount cannot be amended due to an increase or decrease in the course enrollment. 

International students who have a green card or hold an F-1 or J-1 visa are eligible to work.. If you hold any other visa, such as an H-1B, you cannot work.
International students that have graduated are not allowed to work.

Visit the Job Listings page to apply for positions.

Tutor Hiring Process:

Students will need to review the Wasserman Center for Student Employment instructions to complete an "On-Campus Student Employment Application" and send this to Pauline Braz (pbraz@stern.nyu.edu) in Stern Human Resources. Pauline will then send the student instructions on entering hours worked in order to be paid upon submission of biweekly timesheets. Hiring managers will need to send a completed appointment form to Pauline Braz in Stern HR (pbraz@stern.nyu.edu). Managers will also need to approve the biweekly timesheets in Workday.

Below is a list of general questions. If you do not find the answer here please contact either your Department Coordinator or email studentjobs@stern.nyu.edu.


Frequently Asked Questions

You can find the designated Coordinator's contact information by going to the Department site and selecting the Faculty & Staff tab.
Basic requirement for both:
  • Graduate student with GPA of at least 3.0
  • Completed at least 9 credits
  • Enrolled and remain enrolled in the semester in which you will be working
  • Taken the course or its equivalent, or have approval from the course professor
If you have not already been hired by a Professor and are looking for available positions, you may apply to a listed position on the main Student Jobs page. If you have already been selected as a TF/GF by a Professor or Department, you should select the 'apply for an unlisted position' option on the main Student Jobs page to submit an application. Selection processes vary by Department, so specific questions about the inital hiring process should be directed to the Department coordinator.  
Non-Stern students enrolled in professional programs (Law, Medical, Dental) and hired for Teaching Fellow, Graduate Fellow, and grader positions will receive compensation in the form of tuition remission at their home school, except if they are hired for a summer position and are not enrolled in summer classes (in which case they will be paid via payroll). Non-Stern students enrolled in professional programs and hired for tutor positions will be paid via payroll. Payroll is issued through Human Resources upon submission of biweekly timesheets, and compensation will be subject to tax withholding.

All other graduate students (i.e. Stern MS students, Stern or non-Stern PhDs, non-Stern graduate students) are not exempt from the collective bargaining agreement of the UAW-Local 2110 for Graduate Employees at New York University and will receive compensation via payroll which is subject to union dues and taxes. Graders and Tutors are exempt from the union. For more information, please visit www.makingabetternyu.org/gsocuaw/ or contact Local 2110 at gsoc@2110uaw.org.
Please log in in to Student Web Information System (Albert) and follow the link on the left hand navigation bar to “department enrollments”.
Please contact your Department Coordinator first.

For questions about showing hiring documents to Human Resources, please contact Pauline Braz at pbraz@stern.nyu.edu
 

Payment is dependent on enrollment, course credit load, and other factors. Please see contract for more details. 

Teaching Fellow Graduate Student/PhD Compensation

Compensation Rates for AY 2022-2023 (Effective 9/1/23, see new rates for AY23-24 below**)

  Half credit courses
(1.5 or 2.0 credits)
Full credit courses
(3.0 or 4.0 credits)
6 credit courses
Position Hours per week for 14 weeks Payment Position
Weight
Hours per week for 14 weeks Payment Position 
Weight
Hours per week for 14 weeks Payment Position 
Weight
.5 (enrollment of 25-49) 2.5 $975 0.25 5 $1950 0.5  7.5 $2925 .75
1 (enrollment of 50-84) 5 $1950 .5 10 $3900 15 $5850 1.5
1.5 (enrollment of 85-119) 7.5 $2925 .75 15 $5850 1.5       
2 (enrollment of 120 and higher, MAX 2 full positions) 10 $3900 1 20 $7800 2    


 

**Compensation Rates as of 9/1/2023 for AY 2023-2024**

  Half credit courses
(1.5 or 2.0 credits)
Full credit courses
(3.0 or 4.0 credits)
6 credit courses
Position Hours per week for 14 weeks Payment Position
Weight
Hours per week for 14 weeks Payment Position 
Weight
Hours per week for 14 weeks Payment Position 
Weight
.5 (enrollment of 25-49) 2.5 $1000 0.25 5 $2000 0.5  7.5 $3000 .75
1 (enrollment of 50-84) 5 $2000 .5 10 $4000 15 $6000 1.5
1.5 (enrollment of 85-119) 7.5 $3000 .75 15 $6000 1.5       
2 (enrollment of 120 and higher, MAX 2 full positions) 10 $4000 1 20 $8000 2    


 


Graduate Fellow Compensation

Other graduate students (i.e. Stern MS students, Stern or non-Stern PhDs, non-Stern graduate students) will be paid via payroll based on biweekly timesheets. Hourly rate will be $27.50 ($28.25 effective 9/1/2023) and the estimated number of weeks and the estimated total compensation is below. Students will need to review the Wasserman Center for Student Employment instructions to complete an "On-Campus Student Employment Application" and send this to Pauline Braz (pbraz@stern.nyu.edu) in Stern Human Resources. Pauline will then send the student instructions on entering hours worked in order to be paid upon submission of biweekly timesheets. Hiring managers will need to send the union appointment letter and card to the student with a cc to Pauline Braz (pbraz@stern.nyu.edu). Managers will also need to approve the biweekly timesheets in Workday. 

Graduate Fellow Compensation - Stern MS students, Stern or non-Stern PhDs, non-Stern graduate students for AY 2022 - 2023 (Effective 9/1/2023, new rates for AY23-24 below**) 

Estimated hours per week for 14 weeks Estimated Compensation
5 $1950
10 $3900
15 $5850
20 $7800

Graduate Fellow Compensation - Stern MS students, Stern or non-Stern PhDs, non-Stern graduate students for AY 2023 - 2024 as of 9/1/2023:

Estimated hours per week for 14 weeks Estimated Compensation
5 $2000
10 $4000
15 $6000
20 $8000

 

Tutor Compensation


Process and Rates 
Graduate student tutors are paid $27.50/hour ($28.25 effective 9/1/2023). Students will need to review the Wasserman Center for Student Employment instructions to complete an "On-Campus Student Employment Application" and send this to Pauline Braz (pbraz@stern.nyu.edu) in Stern Human Resources. Pauline will then send the student instructions on entering hours worked in order to be paid upon submission of biweekly timesheets. Hiring managers will need to send the union appointment letter and card to the student with a cc to Pauline Braz (pbraz@stern.nyu.edu). Managers will also need to approve the biweekly timesheets in Workday.


Grader Compensation

Graduate and PhD Student Grader (effective 9/1/2022): $27.50/student for graders. ($28.25/student effective 9/1/2023.)

 

Your employment is at will, which means that you or NYU can terminate your employment at any time, with or without cause. NYU can also withdraw or rescind this offer at any time prior to the commencement of work without restriction.
Yes; however, a student may not exceed 20 hours of work per week during the semester.
Students can work up to 35 hours per week during the summer.
You may work up to 3.5 TF positions (35 hours) over the course of Summer I,II, and the beginning of term III. May graduates may not work.
 
No. Position and compensation are based on enrollment and course credit load.
No. Students may not make independent arrangements for additional compensation to tutor students in the class to which they are assigned as a TF. Petitions for exceptions to this policy must be accompanied by the following, submitted in writing by the instructor: (1) A complete description of the TF's responsibilities (2) A guarantee that the TF will not be engaged in any interpretive assessment of student work.
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