Student employment positions are a great opportunity for you to enhance your Denison experience. In addition to supporting personal finances, student employees have higher persistence rates and academic success, and develop the career skills employers are seeking.
If you have questions, concerns, or feedback about your experience, you are encouraged to contact Nicole Saunier, Student Employment Coordinator, at email@example.com. You can also schedule a meeting with Nicole here. Payroll questions, including timesheet issues, can be directed to Christa Myers, Payroll Services Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org
On-Campus Employment: Student Resources
Career Exploration can seem daunting. Breaking it down to a few actionable steps will help you manage and even enjoy the process! The Knowlton Center team is here to assist you and we look forward to working with you! Click below to learn more about each step in the process.
Find and Prepare to Apply for an On-Campus Job
- Find a Position
Individual offices on campus manage their own job postings, hiring processes and timelines. For the 2021-2022 Academic year, positions will be posted on both myDenison and Handshake, with a full transition to Handshake expected by the end of the year. Please search both MyDenison for Jobs and Handshake for jobs until the transition is complete.
- Summer Jobs
Denison students who are continuing coursework in the fall are eligible to work over the summer. Many departments hire students to work 30+ hours per week. Additionally, Davis Program is available to students interested in working over the summer. More information about the Davis Program can be found here.
- Prepare to Apply
The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration offers several resources to help you submit your best application. Check out these resources and consider making an appointment with a Knowlton Center coach prior to submitting your application.
- Find a Position
New Hire Paperwork and Payroll Information
- New Hire Paperwork
Once you are hired for a position, you must complete the following documents before you begin working. All forms can be completed on your own with the exception of page 2 of the I-9; you will complete this with your supervisor. Use these instructions to help you complete these forms.
Employment Eligibility Form (I9)
Ohio Withholding Form
Direct Deposit Form
- International Student Employees
In addition to the forms listed above, international students must also complete the Social Security Application and the Employment Verification form (both linked) in order to apply for a social security card. More information about this process can be found in the My ISS Portal.
- Payroll and Timesheet Information
Online Timesheet Instructions
Bi-weekly Student Timesheet Print Version
2022 Biweekly Student Payroll Schedule
- New Hire Paperwork
Understand Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Student Employee
- The Student Employment Office aims to support the University’s priorities for creating an inclusive and vibrant employment experience for all student employees. We are committed to ensuring student employees are receiving intentional work while developing meaningful connections with their supervisors.
There are federal, state and university policies and guidelines in place to govern these interactions, including but not limited to:
- Student Employee Handbook
- Student Employment Rights and Responsibilities
- Non-discrimination Policy
- Title IX and Denison
- Anti-Harassment Policy
- Ohio Labor Law Resources
- U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission
- Federal Workplace Law
If you have encountered an employer who has violated these policies or guidelines, please submit information on the Employer Concern Reporting Form.