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Instructions for Campus Employers

If you do not have access to post jobs and hire students, please contact the HR office.

Also, the Employment of Relatives policy RESTRICTS NEAR-RELATIVES FROM WORKING IN THE SAME DEPARTMENT, or in close proximity to, one another. Do not proceed with this hire if such a relationship exists. Job offers are not final without approval from Human Resources.


1. How to POST A CAMPUS JOB and HIRE a Student

  • Go to the Student Employment Homepage 
  • On the Student Employment homepage, click the gray box in the right corner labeled "Post New Job" to recruit students.
  • After interviewing and selecting your new student hire, click "Hire a Student" located on the Student  Employment homepage and follow the appropriate links.
  • Select the applicable job and complete required fields.
  • Print paperwork, if prompted.*
  • If prompted to print paperwork, send the student to the HR office with the paperwork and the required  identification [documents that verify a student's eligibility to work in the U.S. (i.e. Passport, Social Security  card, birth certificate, etc.)]
  • Paperwork should be completed BEFORE students begin working.

2. How to HIRE a Student WITHOUT POSTING the Job ·        

  • Go to the Job Not Posted section of the Student Employment Admin webpage.
  • Click "Hire a Student" on the Student Employment homepage and follow the links provided.
  • Print paperwork, if prompted. *  
  • If prompted to print paperwork, send the student to the HR office with the paperwork and the required  identification [documents that verify a student's eligibility to work in the U.S. (i.e. Passport, Social Security  card, birth certificate, etc.)]  
  • Paperwork should be completed BEFORE students begin working.   

* Students who have worked on campus within the past three years have already completed employment paperwork and can begin work immediately.