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All applications are examined by the Department Supervisor who has a vacancy. An interview is arranged with the student whose qualifications best meet the needs of the department. Applications which are not accepted are kept on file for two semesters for reconsideration when new openings occur.
Students taking six credits or more per semester may work on student employment during the academic year. A student who drops below six credits must terminate all jobs on the student employment payroll. A student who attends the fall semester, but is not returning the following spring semester must terminate student employment the last day of the fall semester.
Students must meet one of the following criteria to be eligible to work on campus during the summer months: (1) Enrolled in the spring and returning in the fall, OR not enrolled in the spring, but accepted for the fall semester. NOTE: Summer school classes are not necessary for regular or work-study employment. (2) Enrolled in the spring, graduating in August--may work on campus from the end of the spring semester throught the last week of the summer session (includes work-study if eligible). (3) Enrolled in the spring, not returning in the fall, if registered and paid for at least three credits, may work on regular student employment from the end of the spring semester throught the last week of the summer session. (4) Not enrolled in the spring and not attending in the fall, but attending the summer session--if the student has registered and paid for three credits, he/she may work from the end of the spring semester through the last week of the summer session. (5) If a student has decided not to return to UW-Platteville for the fall semester, the student must terminate his/her summer employment on the student payroll.
Once a student has been dismissed, graduated or for any reason in note returning to UW-Platteville for the following regular session, he/she is no longer considered a UW-Platteville student and, therefore, is not eligible for student employment.
Students are expected to work the designated schedule of hours each week. If the student cannot for any reason work when scheduled, it is the student's responsibility to notify his/her supervisor in a timely manner. Students, even those employed at more than one job, may not work more than a total of 40 hours per week on Student Employment. UW-Platteville recommends that a student does not work more than 20 hours per week during the academic year.
PLEASE NOTE: In lieu of a signature, by submitting this form you are stating that all of the information on this form is completed to the best of your knowledge and are giving the UW-Platteville Karrmann Library and its staff the right to review this application for possible future employment.