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Change in Pay Rate for Student Employees

Learn about merit increases, equity increases, and administrative stipends for casual/ restricted student employees.

For information on reclassification, see How to Reclassify a Student Employee.

Request a merit increase.

See UCSD Implementing Procedures, Section 30/Compensation (PDF) for more information.

 Check with your Student Employment Liaision for current year's eligibility.

Request an equity increase.

Once you have followed internal department policy for appropriate approvals, e-mail your Student Employment Office (SEO) representative and include:

  • Student employee’s name
  • PID (student ID number)
  • The Handshake Job ID number the student was originally hired on.
  • UCPath employee ID number
  • UCPath position number
  • Requested new hourly rate
  • Brief justification for the equity increase request

Health Systems hiring Managers and Supervisors may submit requests for equity directly to Student Employment. Review Policy 30/Compensation - E. Equity Increases.  Health Systems hiring Managers and supervisors will need to contact Health HR to obtain the information above if not known.  

Your SEO representative will respond via e-mail. See UCSD's Implementin g Procedures, Section 30/Compensation (PDF) for more information.

Request an administrative stipend.

Download the Administrative Stipend Approval Form (PDF).

Note: You can pay an administrative stipend to a student employee temporarily assigned to higher level responsibilities or other significant duties not part of the student employee's regular position. The sum of stipend and base salary must not exceed the maximum salary of the higher level position.

  • Complete the form and send to SEO:
    Mail Code 0330
    Fax (858) 534-7448

Your SEO representative will respond via e-mail. See Administrative Stipend Guidelines for more information.

  • If you are looking to hire student employees and are in need of assistance, please contact Human Resources within your department.
  • For additional questions please contact the Student Employment Office
Notice: The information on this page summarizes provisions of university policies and/or collective bargaining agreements. Refer to the Personnel Policies for Staff Members (PPSM) and local implementing procedures or applicable collective bargaining agreement for full text of referenced information.