New Student Hire Forms

New Hire Forms

Below is a list of documents that ALL student employees (undergraduate and graduate) MUST complete when hired to work at the University.

 

Student Employee New Hire Checklist

Student Employee Information and Agreement

I-9 Form (please complete section 1 only and remember to bring your original identification document(s) when you submit this form)

   * I-9 instructions

   * I-9 form (PDF)

W-4 Form

Payroll Memo & Authorization for Deductions

Electronic Delivery of IRS Forms

Direct Deposit Form (a voided check or bank printout that confirms routing and account number is required)

Worker's Compensation Insurance (only the last page (13) must be completed and returned)

 

If you have any questions pertaining to the student employee, please contact the Office of Human Resources (Cardinal Farrell Hall, 1st Floor).

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