Hire a Student Employee
More than 3,000 DePaul students work at DePaul each year. These students play a
crucial role in the university operation and success. While working on campus, they
earn income that helps them defray educational costs and build the knowledge, skills,
and abilities they need to succeed in the world of work. Student employees also
have the opportunity to form stronger connections to the university, a connection
that has been proven to increase retention.
Six Steps to Hiring a DePaul Student
- Create a job description.
- Post the job on the Campus Job Board.
- Students apply for job on the Campus Job Board.
- Interview and select a student.
- Hire. (Follow–up with students who were not selected.)
- Prior to their start date, send the student to the Office of Student Employment
with a completed SEAF and hiring paperwork. All hiring paperwork can be obtained
from the Office of Student Employment.”
- See the additional resources for student orientation
and paying the employee.
Student Employee Position Classifications
The Office of Student Employment has been working with Human Resources, Academic
Affairs, The Office of the General Counsel and various administrative and college
offices to update and more succinctly define different student employee positions.
While working with these areas, we’ve identified certain needs; specifically consistency
as to how specific student positions are titled and paid to make sure they fall
in line with federal laws and regulations as well as the need to move atypical student
payments online, similar to staff and faculty payments.
to view the new student employee classifications.
Interested in scheduling a meeting to discuss any changes that might be happening
in your area? Are you concerned with how the implementation might affect your department?
Please email us.