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IMPORTANT: All Student Employees (includes work study student employees) are required to complete the online customer service training. The training can be accessed at http://www.career.unm.edu/scs/
New student employees and students who have had any break in service with UNM must present I-9 documentation when submitting hiring paper work in order to be placed on the payroll system. http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf
To be considered for a work study award for the academic year students must complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid and request a work study award through the Student Financial Aid Office.
WORK STUDY STUDENT:
How many hours must a student be enrolled in to be eligible for employment?
Any student seeking employment must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours for each semester he/she is going to work. You must maintain half-time enrollment during the entire semester in order to qualify for work study. Students who withdraw (officially or unofficially) anytime during the semester become ineligible on the date of withdrawal. Departments will be charged 100% of the student earnings during any period of ineligibility.
My student graduated last semester. Can he/she still work under student employment?
Can I hire incoming freshman or transfer students?
My student has a hold on his/her record. Can he/she still work?
What if I donít submit a job description?