The Economics Department hires undergraduate students as graders every fall and spring semester. As an undergraduate grader, you will be assigned a specific course and work with a supervising instructor. Specific duties include grading assignments (e.g., short answers, multiple choice exams, or weekly homework), inputting graded material, and providing general assistance as requested by the instructor.
- 100-300 Level courses: 296 Graders will receive 1.5 credits per course and must receive a “C” grade or higher from instructor to receive credit. Students can earn up to a total of 6 credits over 4 semesters for grading.
- 400-Level Courses: Graders at this level are paid positions for a total of $1050 per semester. Students can work a total of 10 hours per week.
- Both positions require students to have completed the course they are applying for with an “A” or “A-” grade. In addition, students must be at least in their 3rd semester to be a grader.