Author: Duby, Kimberly

Summer Work-Study

If you student employee was awarded work-study for summer 2019, please note the last day they can earn work-study this summer is August 15th.

2019-2020 school year work-study will begin on August 23rd.

JobX Enhancements

Enhancements have been made to the Job-X platform.  When logging in, employers may notice a different view.

Students will notice the biggest changes, as they will now have to log in to apply for a job.  Some of the exciting new features for students are that they will be able to apply for more than one job at a time and will be able to view all of the applications that they have submitted on their user dashboard.

We are currently working on creating new user guides for both students an employers.

Processing Work-Study Hires for the 2018-2019 Aid Year

Departments may now process work-study hires for the 2018-2019 academic year in Core-CT using the UC_TBH_WS template. Please be sure to enter 2019 as the aid year. The Job Effective Date for Fall work-study hires should be no earlier than August 24th, as work-study begins on that date and ends on May 9th for those students with full-year awards. Also, if you are hiring a student for the entire academic year, be sure to select Fall/Spring for the semester. If you use Fall, it will only encumber the fall portion of the students award. Core-CT/Smart HR Job Aids can be found at

Summer 2018 Federal Work Study deadline

Work study funds will be available to students who are registered as part-time, financially eligible during the summer 2018 term, and fill out a summer financial aid application.  If you are eligible for work study and funds are available, an award will be offered to you.  If you are awarded work study, please take the following steps:

  • Log in to the Student Administration System and accept or decline your work study award ASAP
  • Secure a summer work study job and be placed on the work study payroll on or before Friday, June 1st

November 3rd-Student Payroll Presentation

Please join Student Employment and Payroll for an important informational session on Friday, November 3, 2017 from 1:30-3:00 pm in Laurel Hall, room 101  regarding student payroll business processes.  Highlights include:

  • Overview of the hiring process, from Job X to paycheck
  • Typical Core-CT processing issues that cause errors
  • Work Study reminders
  • New termination process
  • Student sick time
  • I-9s
  • Issues impacting international students
  • And much more . . .

We will be able to live stream this presentation for those of you who are unable to attend in person. Please visit  and click on Live Stream 03, this will be the Student Employment Payroll Presentation.