Students must complete required forms and be officially hired in Workday before any employment can begin.
Students With Work-Study Have Priority For Jobs
Students with "Federal Work-Study" or "Smith Campus Job" in their award notification have priority for all jobs on campus.
Students without work-study should not apply for jobs until October 1 in the fall, and wait two weeks after classes start in the spring to apply for on-campus jobs.
Graduate students do no receive work-study as part of their financial aid and are therefore not eligible for campus jobs until after the work-study priority period has ended.
Employers must provide a reason why the student is best suited for the job, and must have advertised the position and considered work-study applicants first. Exceptions will only be granted under very special conditions. The position must be reopened the following semester to work-study students. Requests can be submitted to email@example.com.
Non-work-study students who have obtained jobs are not eligible to be rehired into those positions. The positions must be re-advertised for as long as possible to attract work-study eligible applicants. Non-work-study students may not apply or be considered until after October 1 in the fall and after the first two weeks of classes in the spring.