The very first thing you will want to do is contact the Student Employment Office at, email@example.com. They will help you determine if you have been awarded FWS and/or how much your
award is for each term. If you haven’t been awarded, but are eligible for FWS, they are able to add you to the wait list. The Financial Aid Office will contact you once awarded.
If you are not eligible for FWS, but would still like to have a position on-campus, you may be able to work as a Student Aide. Student Aides are funded through each individual department, which can vary term-to-term. Student Aides must also
be enrolled in at least 6 credits and meet other eligibility requirements. Please contact the Student Employment Office to find out more information.
You can check-out the Student Employment webpage, for the most up-to-date job listings. At the bottom of each listing you will see contact information. Please note that not every position listed is necessarily
Once you have been offered a position, you will want to contact the Student Employment Office for the Student Employment Orientation and other important information. The orientation is all online and consists of information on how to complete
the background check (this is mandatory and free), as well as both a Federal and State W-4, an I-9, and an overview/training of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
You will need to meet on-campus with someone from the Student Employment Office to complete the I-9. This has to be completed in person by law as your original identifying documents must be physically examined.
The Student Employment Orientation, background check and all other hiring paperwork must be completed before you may begin working.