Important Links and Resources
Please this document as a resource to determine who to call for Student Employment inquiries.
Work-Study Balance Tracking Form
Payroll Dates 2020-2021 Summer/Academic Year
Information regarding Student Paid Sick Leave may be found on Payroll’s website.
Contact Center for Career Development for more information about hiring UConn students.
Off-Campus Community Service
Want to make a difference through your part time employment?
Students with a Work-Study award may earn that award through paid community service positions.
Login to JobX, click the "Find a Job" link and select the "Off-Campus Work-Study Community Service" funding source.
Additional community service opportunities are advertised through the volunteer.uconn.edu under "Semester Long Programs."
Transportation to these off campus work locations is often provided.
Student Employment Records and Information Management
Important Updates for Students and Employers (Click Post for More Information)
National Student Employment Week officially “kicks off” on Sunday, April 11th and runs through Saturday, April 17th. Please take a moment during this time to offer thanks and appreciation to your student employees for all of their contributions and efforts over the past year. Gestures of gratitude are appreciated in recognition of the fact that […][Read More]
The deadline for students to secure a Work-Study position is Friday, September 18th. Employers have until September 25th to ensure that all Work-Study hires have been entered into CORE-CT. Work-study awards for students that do not have an active payroll authorization by Monday, September 28th will be canceled. 08/28/2020 – Work-Study begins 12/17/2020 – Fall […][Read More]
Recipient: Rebecca Bentley Rebecca is an Administrative Manager in the Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS) and has worked in the office since 2013. She is responsible for the Call Center, which is staffed primarily by students, and handles roughly 50,000 calls per year. Even with the high volume and sensitive nature of the discussion […][Read More]