CS Grutoring

Grutoring Program

Grutors are students who support their peers by grading and tutoring (hence, grutoring!) for CS courses at HMC. Grutors work with professors to help students learn the material, and grutors are integral to the collaborative, supportive learning culture we try to build in the CS department.

Grutoring is a paid position, and the department puts out a call for grutors each semester. Typically the call comes out during the week after registration for the next semester.

Our grutors set their own times for tutoring and grading sessions while abiding by the honor code for the hours that they work. Students who are seeking help from grutors can learn more about grutor scheduling in their classes.

Grutoring Application Spring 2023

Applications open Nov. 28 at 10:00 AM

Click here for the Spring 2023 Grutoring Application Form

Onboarding Steps

A major obstacle most new hires face is providing identification documents (I-9 form). If you are offered a position, you will need these identification documents in person as it is required that HR sees these documents with their own eyes.

It is important to note that students may NOT work until they have been fully onboarded and hired through HR. Please make sure to be on top of all onboarding tasks to ensure that you can start working immediately.

The HR Department has a page for student employment. The student employment page includes information for onboarding processes, a payroll calendar, and tutorials for various Workday processes.


  • I-9 documentation: This is usually something like a passport, government-issued I.D., and/or social security card. You will usually need to provide two of these documents. International students must obtain a social security card.
  • Complete all trainings and tasks on Workday.


If you have questions about grutoring, please ask a faculty member or email Chelsey Calingo at . Feel free to visit Chelsey in McGregor 310 if this is preferable!

For HR related questions, contact should include studentpayroll@hmc.edu and ccalingo@g.hmc.edu.