Student Employment Orientation
1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT August 22, 2014
First-year and transfer students who are eligible to work on campus as part of a financial aid package need to attend this meeting. Learn about your rights and responsibilities as a student worker, as well as how to search for on-campus and off-campus positions. Fill out necessary payroll paperwork and be sure to bring your work authorization documentation.
During the orientation, you will have the opportunity to complete payroll forms, but you can get a head-start on them now and bring them to the session. Click here to download I9 and W4. These must be submitted to Student Payroll before you will be allowed to start working. If you are unsure about how to complete the forms, you can bring them with you and we’ll walk through the information with you!
In addition to these forms, you should bring a photo id, and either your social security card, birth certificate or US passport. While you MUST bring originals, it will help speed things up if you also bring copies. Otherwise we will make copies at the session.
If you are unable to bring your documentation to the session, you can submit the items at a later date to Student Payroll if you find an on-campus job.
This is your first and best chance to get all the information you need to find a job!