Columbia’s Resident Advisors, the student workers at the center of undergraduate residential life, report dissatisfaction with the job’s pay structure and level of communication. In the wake of Barnard RAs’ collective action, RAs at Columbia make plans to continue organizing over the summer.
Dean Hinkson and Chief Operating Officer Robert Goldberg announced today that, in line with Columbia’s efforts, Barnard College will raise the minimum wage for students working for Barnard. The change, to be indexed over three years, will raise the minimum wage for student workers to $15 per hour by September 2018. Starting next September, the […]
The Columbia Provost just announced that the University will raise the minimum hourly wage for student workers to $15, and this change will be implemented over the course of the next three years. This announcement comes after calls from student groups (such as Student-Worker Solidarity) to raise the pay rate for campus jobs. Read the […]