The Student Employment Program is designed to help undergraduate day students in meeting educational and personal expenses. It helps students gain valuable work experience that they will later use throughout their career, as well.
To qualify for student employment, students must be a minimum of half-time status, maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0, and be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or eligible non-citizen.
Students earn minimum wage at $7.25/hour. Hours worked = hours paid. There is no compensation for sick, vacation or snow days. Students can either receive a bi-weekly paycheck or enroll in Direct Deposit by filling out the Direct Deposit form and turning it into the Payroll Office.
In order to work on campus, students must go through Student Employment Orientation. The online orientation session can be accessed here.
Students working for the first time must complete an I-9 and W-4 with the Office of Human Resources once they have been offered a position. Please refer to the link below for acceptable documents needed to complete your I-9. These documents need to be originals and cannot be expired. You must present one thing from LIST A OR one thing from LIST B AND one thing from LIST C.
Acceptable I9 Documents
Students must also complete the Student Employment Contract and Confidentiality Agreement, which can be printed off at the end of the orientation session.
Students should review the Work Study Employee Handbook and Sexual Harassment Policy.
To find a job on campus, please check out the Work Study Opportunities link and contact the supervisors for the open positions!