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Important Steps for Students Working on Campus

All student employees must have a social security card, (international students must have visa status to work on campus) and enrollment in at least 6 units for the spring / fall semester, and a 3 units for the summer session. Student employees are limited to working 8 hours per day / 25 hours (F-1 Visa students 20 hours) per week, except during certain holiday periods and the summer session where the maximum is 40 hours per week.

  • Look for on-campus positions in the job binders located in the Student Employment Office, or search the online job board at
  • Fill out a student employment application form available in the Student Employment Office.
  • Departments hire directly, a student applicant must contact the department's supervisor and submit an employment application.
  • Once hired, a student must return to the Student Employment Office to pick up a student employee packet.
  • After all paperwork has been completed, the Student Employment Office will issue an official time sheet to the department's supervisor.
  • Time sheets must be submitted to the Payroll Department by the 15th of each month.

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