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For many students, campus employment is more than a source of income; it’s an opportunity for personal and professional growth.
For Spring 2021, the Office of Career Education is operating remotely. Questions regarding eligibility for Student Employment, issues related to available positions, pay rates, etc., should be directed to Jennifer McCaffrey in the Career Education office. Questions regarding paychecks/direct deposit should be directed to Human Resources.
Fill out an application. If hired, you’ll receive an email (via your Arcadia account) with supervisor contact information, your rate, and suggested work hours. You must fill out the required paperwork and provide identification as required by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Checks are processed biweekly. Pay days vary. Students should apply for direct deposit for Spring 2021. or pick up checks in [location/hours?].
Yes—contact Jennifer McCaffrey (215-517-2332). There is often a waiting list, so if you give up your placement, a new position is not guaranteed.
Students who work more hours than stated on their placement form run the risk of exhausting their student employment allocation. Federal guidelines state that students cannot work more than 20 hours each week during the fall and spring semesters.