A: Student Employment maintains the official employment records for students working at The College of Wooster. Although Student Employment does not guarantee, place or assign students in positions, Student Employment helps students connect with job opportunities and assists employing departments with the advertising of open positions.
A: We are located in the Human Resources building, west end of the Service Center and behind the Longbrake Student Wellness Center.
A: Approximately 90 different academic, administrative and support service departments employ students in a variety of jobs. Students with Federal Work Study funds may have the opportunity to work under the Community Service program for local agencies and non-profit organizations in fields such as health care, child care, literacy training education (including tutorial services), welfare, social services, and community improvement. Students also have the opportunity to pursue employment with off-campus employers, which can provide a wider range of jobs and work hours. International students must consult with Jill Munro, Director of International Student and Scholar Services regarding off-campus employment.
A: The Federal Work Study Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to earn some of the money necessary to meet educational expenses (these funds are awarded through student financial aid packages). Students with a Federal Work Study allocation will have priority in the application process for 2 weeks at the start of the Fall semester. Questions regarding financial aid awards should be directed to the Financial Aid Office.
A: The College established this program for international students who have demonstrated a financial need but are unable to meet the federal eligibility requirements for Federal Work Study. Students with a Campus Job allocation will have priority in the application process for 2 weeks at the start of the Fall semester. Questions regarding financial aid awards should be directed to the Financial Aid Office.
A: After the first 2 weeks of classes during the academic year, students without Federal Work Study or Campus Job funds can apply for jobs.
A: Students apply for open positions directly to the hiring department. Please see Application Process for more information.
A: All employees of the College are required to complete the following paperwork on or before the first day of work:
A: Please complete the following steps:
A: Students can work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and can exceed 20 hours per week during a break period.
A: It is possible to work during College breaks; however, work is not guaranteed. The workload is reduced in many departments over break periods; thus, the number of available jobs is limited. It is advisable to pursue these opportunities well in advance of the break period.
A: Students report their time electronically through ScotWeb. Time must be submitted by employee with electronic signatures by 11:59 p.m. Monday following the end of the 2-week pay period. Supervisors must approve the time and provide any necessary comments by 11:59 p.m. Tuesday following the end of the 2-week pay period. For more information on reporting time, refer to Web Time Entry. Hours for each 2-week pay period are paid bi-weekly (every 2 weeks); refer to Student Payroll Schedule for more information.
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