The Student Employment office primarily assists students in finding part-time work to help fund their education, gain valuable work experience, and test out career choices.
303 Sutton Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
Student Employment FAQs
I have questions about my student employment or EagleAXIS account. Who do I contact?
Please call the Student Employment office at 509.359.2525 or visit us at Sutton Hall 303.
How many on-campus jobs can I work?
You can have as many on-campus jobs as you want, but you are limited to a total of 19 hours of work per week on campus.
How many credits do I need to be registered for if I want to work on-campus?
Undergraduate students must be registered for a minimum of six (6) credits per quarter and graduate students must be registered for a minimum of five (5) credits to be eligible to work in an on-campus job.
I do not have my original Social Security card. What do I do?
Refer to the I-9 form. A list of acceptable documents that can be used to establish identity and/or employment authorization can be found on page five of the form.
I am an international student and I need assistance in completing my I-9 form. What should I do?
Take your I-9 form to the International Student Office in Hargreaves Hall 103. They will put a sticker on your I-9 form to verify that you are approved to work on-campus.
I need help completing my W-4 form. What should I do?
The staff in the Payroll Office in Showalter 322 can assist you with your W-4 form.
What are the timesheet deadlines?
The timesheet deadlines are published by the Payroll Office. Under Payroll Schedules, select the payday calendar for the current year. The timesheet deadlines are listed by pay period along with all paydays for the year.
When do I get paid?
Time worked between the 1st and the 15th of the month will be paid on the 25th of the current month. Time worked between the 16th and the end of the month will be paid on the 10th of the following month.
How do I get paid?
Your paychecks can be sent to your mailing address on EagleNet or you can also arrange to have them deposited into your checking account. You will receive your money more quickly with direct deposit.
To sign up for Direct Deposit, log into your EagleNET account. You will need to provide your bank routing number and account number. Go to the Student tab, Student Account, and then View/Update Direct Deposit Information. You will be given the option to use the Financial Aid direct deposit information to set up direct deposit for Work Study/Student Employment. Every time you make a change, you must accept the terms and conditions.
I have questions about my financial aid or work study award. Who do I contact?
Please call the Financial Aid and Scholarships office at 509.359.2314 or visit them at Sutton Hall 102.