This page is dedicated to University employers who wish to hire employees through one of the three programs outlined below.

  • Biweekly continuous/part-time hourly (academic year) - The employer pays 100% of the student's wages. The appointment continues until either it is terminated by the department or the student no longer registers for University classes.
  • Work-Study (academic year and summer) - The employer pays 50% of the student's wages (40% if the job is designated as a community service position) up to $9.00 per hour. The Work-Study program pays the remaining 50%/60% until the student has earned the amount of the Work-Study award. The portion of the wage above $9.00 per hour is paid 100% by the employer. The appointment is for a specific time frame and must be renewed after each period. Students must reapply for Work-Study for each employment period.
  • Summer (not Work-Study) – The employer pays 100% of the wages. During the summer hire exclusion period (late April through late September), employers may hire students who were enrolled at a college/university or high school during the prior spring session or are enrolled for the summer session. The exact dates of the summer hire exclusion are established each year according to the Biweekly Payroll Schedule. Individuals who have been employed by the University through emergency or temporary appointments in the previous 60 days may not be employed under this program.