UMAIL: Finding a job on campus
If you are interested in working on campus, I am here to guide you. Visit the Campus Employment webpage to review all the opportunities we have to offer.
Be Prepared! All students are required to complete the necessary paperwork before working. You will not be allowed to start working without completing these documents:
- I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
- W-4 Employee’s Withholding Certificate
- IT-2104 Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate
Please visit the Campus Employment webpage to review the acceptable document list. Make sure to pack your original documents. Copies will not be accepted.
I recommend speaking with a parent, legal guardian, or tax preparer if you have any questions about completing your forms.
Direct Deposit You will gain access your money faster with direct deposit. Reach out to the Campus Employment Coordinator setup direct deposit. Bank account information is mandatory.
Are you Federal Work-Study Eligible? Check your financial aid package to find out more, then visit the Campus Employment Job Opportunities to apply. If you have not yet been awarded Federal Work-Study, we will review your eligibility during your campus employment application. Be proactive and start your experience by connecting with the campus Supervisors to introduce yourself.
Not Federal Work-Study Eligible? There are specific positions for which you can apply. Once your application is completed, you can review the positions for which you are eligible. Be proactive and start your experience by connecting with the campus supervisor(s) listed on the job description.
All students must maintain a GPA of 2.0 to be eligible to work on campus.
Good luck on your journey. I’m here to help. Feel free to contact me with any questions you have at email@example.com or (315) 792-3087.
Campus Employment Coordinator
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