Looking to Work on Campus?
Your search for student employment starts at the human resources office. The human resources office coordinates all student employment, including employment that qualifies for the Federal Work Study Program.
Located on the first floor of Flory Hall in the business office, the human resources office assists you in obtaining a job that will be a meaningful experience for both you and your employer.
A quick overview of the steps to becoming employed on campus are listed below. For more detailed explanations make sure to download a copy of our Student Employment Guide.
Steps to Becoming Employed on Campus
Students will need to do the following to be placed in a job and before they can begin working on campus.
To be employed on campus you must complete the following forms:
- 2013-14 Application for Student Employment
or 2014-15 Application for Student Employment
- Federal I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form
(required for students that have not worked on campus before.)
To complete the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form, you must present original documents that verify both identity and employment eligibility as required by law in accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1976. A list of acceptable documents is listed on the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form, which is available for download on the Student Employment page. You may present one item from List A or one item from List B and from List C. Photocopies will not be accepted.
- Federal W-4 Tax Form
- State VA-4 Tax Form
- Direct Deposit Form
- Students are paid through direct deposit; therefore students must provide a voided check or a letter from their financial institution that contains the routing number and account number. No paper checks will be issued. If employed last year, we will use the direct deposit information on file unless you provide us with a new form.
- Students must comply with the student worker dress code policy.
- Students will have access to an online timecard through Web Advisor. All hours worked by the student needs to be recorded on this timecard and approved by his/her supervisor. It is the student’s responsibility to enter his/her time into the timecard and not depend on the supervisor to do so. If a student fails to enter his/her time by the cutoff date/time, he/she will not be paid until the next payroll period. Timesheet instructions.
- Student timecards are due every other Monday by 9:00am for time worked the previous two weeks. Wages are paid to students every other Friday. Paycheck dates can be found under our student pay schedule page.
If you have questions regarding student employment please contact:
Human Resources Generalist