Exceptions to the rule include: Graduating this current semester, Co-Op, Internship, Dissertation, Thesis with a note from academic adviser. Graduating international students need to provide a copy of Reduced Course Load (or RCL) form approved by OIP.
Students can work only if they are still at the 12-credit or 9-credit requirement. Otherwise, they will be terminated. After Monday of the 11th week in the semester students will be allowed to drop below the 12 credit /9 credit limit and be able to work on campus.
As soon as you get an approved copy of the Student Employment Form returned to you.
Minimum wage is $7.85/hr and maximum is $16/hr.
If a supervisor wishes to pay a student a rate of more than $16/hr, he/she must use another form of payment (e.g. part-time staff) to accommodate this action. The student employment office has final approval on all wage rates and increases.
Students cannot work more than 29 hours a week. If a student works more than 25 hours/week, that may result in termination of employment
All forms can be found here.
Yes, students can work more than one job on campus as long as they keep their total work hours on campus under 29 hours. Working more than 29 hours will result in termination of employment.
You can contact the Payroll Office (ext. 7205) to find out your account code. Distribution codes can be accessed from the Controllers Office, or call Student Employment at ext. 7405.
If you submitted student employment paperwork before the deadline, it has been processed and your student should pick up the paycheck at the payroll office that's located in the Administrative Services Building at 185 Mill St., located behind the Schwebel's Bread factory.
Submit Change / Termination form with the effective date to the Office of Student Employment.
An I-9 form must be completed by all students. If the student has had another job on campus, we will have I-9 on file. All forms can be found here.
Federal Work Study is a financial aid program for students with financial need. Its purpose is to fund new job opportunities for students with need. Students earn the Work Study funds by performing part-time work for employers who qualify for the program under federal or state guidelines. These employers pay only a percentage of the student's wages, while the federal or state government pays the remaining amount. Most University departments, offices, and programs are qualified to be Work Study employers and receive wage reimbursements from the government. For more information on Work Study, please contact the Office of Federal Work Study at 330-972-8074.
Please see our Federal Work Study Calculations Worksheet.
Please note: the award amount can be reduced due to scholarship or other awards. A notice will be mailed to you and your student when they have less than $499 left to earn. It is your responsibility to ensure that your student does not earn more than their Federal Work Study award. If you want to keep the student, check to see if it is possible to transfer them to the departmental budget.
Yes, as long as combined, the student does not exceed their Work Study award work and does not work more than 25 hours per week.
The student will be placed on payroll as a non-Work Study temporary employee and the hiring department will be responsible for 100 percent of all wages.
The hiring department is responsible for 100 percent of all wages until the hiring materials have been submitted to Student Employment office.