- Student Tech Service Center
- Hardware and Software Discounts
- IT Intern Program
- Open Positions
- New to the Program
- Current Interns
- Leaving the Program
- IT Intern Handbook
- Let your major be your guide
- Service, Support, and Information
- GameNight 2015
- SMART Desk 2015
- ITS Home Page
Section 2 - Student Worker Policies
STUDENT WORKER ELIGIBILITY
To be eligible for a student worker assignment, the individual must be enrolled as a student at Saint Louis University AND never have had their employment terminated from Saint Louis University for gross misconduct.
A student who was enrolled for the spring semester, and intends to enroll in the fall may be eligible for summer student employment. Student workers who are no longer enrolled at Saint Louis University must be terminated from the student worker assignment but may apply for other staff (or non-student) employment opportunities within the University.
IT INTERN ELIGIBILITY
To be eligible for an IT Intern assignment, the individual needs to be student worker eligible and also Federal Work Student eligible. The Federal Work Study (FWS) Program provides funds for part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses.
Student workers are not eligible for University benefits, paid leave time, or holiday pay.
Student workers are responsible for reporting their tax status to the Payroll Office when they first begin their student worker assignment, and at the beginning of each fall semester thereafter. For more information, contact the Student Support Coordinator.
International, graduate and undergraduate, students contracted through their departments/The Graduate School (e.g. assistantships, fellowships) are not required to obtain work permission from the International Students Office. These students are still required, however, to prove U.S. work eligibility.
If you are a foreign national with work authorization, you will need a Social Security number designated for work purposes. You will need to present evidence of work authorization to an official of the Social Security Administration when you apply for a number, and the evidence you submit will depend upon your visa status. Ask the Student Support Coordinator for more information.