Please see below reminders about student employment during the summer.
Students can work a maximum of eight (8) hours per day and 40 hours per week (all jobs combined). To have student employment status for the summer, the student must be:
- Degree seeking
- Previously enrolled for the spring term, and enrolled in at least one credit hour for the summer term, or
- Enrolled for the fall term by May 31
- If they are not enrolled for fall term by May 31 (or taking summer classes), they may be changed to temporary hourly employment until they regain student status.
- When the student is graduating in mid-May, they can remain a student employee through May 31. Then, you can process a job change as of June 1 as a temporary hourly, if needed.
For students who currently have a May 31 end employment date and meet the eligibility requirements above, process an Edit Job > Adjust End Date, extending the date to the anticipated graduation date.
Please visit the Hiring Student Employees website for more information.