Hiring a University Student WorkeR
As a supervisor of student workers you are an integral part of a student's learning experience. For many students, an on-campus job may be the first time they will be working. In addition to completing the necessary forms, take the time to ensure that both you and your student worker will have a smooth transition, by going over general guidelines such as the student worker policy statement, the payroll calendar, the job description, and your department's policies and expectations.
Supervisors should initiate the following forms:
This form must be completed by all supervisors in conjunction with their student workers for every semester they will be paid out of a stipend. (fall, winter, spring and summer).
Students Under 18 years of age
Students require working papers if they are under 18 years of age; the supervisor must complete a promise of employment.
Support for Supervisors
Want to find out more about how to hire student workers, how much to pay them, and how to get them on the payroll? For answers to these and other questions, review the FAQs for supervisors.
The University Student Worker Program is not to be confused with Federal Work-Study, which is coordinated by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, located in the Wintergreen building. They provide placement for those students who have been awarded Federal Work Study as a part of their financial aid package.