Individuals meeting the following requirements are eligible for student employment:
Incoming Students: May begin work on-campus five business days prior to the start of classes. Prior to this time, incoming students who work on-campus must be employed through Temporary Employment Services.
International Students: Immediately upon receiving a job offer, international students must go to the Office of International Education (OIE) to be counseled on their work status. International students hold various types of Visas, and to best protect these individuals, OIE will determine if the student is authorized to work.
Undergraduate Students (U.S. Citizens)
Enrolled in Classes: No more than 30 hours per week (.75 FTE)
Not Enrolled in Classes: No more than 40 hours per week (1.0 FTE)
Undergraduate Students (International Students)
Enrolled in Classes: No more than 20 hours per week (.50 FTE)
Not Enrolled in Classes: Must consult OIE for eligibility of hours
Hourly Student Worker: No more than 40 hours per week (1.0 FTE)
Graduate Assistant: May work up to 30 hours per week (.75 FTE); if working more than 30 hours per week, student must present a letter from their major professor stating that the work load will not negatively effect the student's academic progress
International student: Must consult OIE for eligibility of hours
Last Updated: May 1, 2011