Student Employment Handbook
The Brandeis University Student Employment Program offers you a great opportunity to defray the cost of your college education while gaining valuable work experience and marketable skills. In order to maximize the benefits of this experience, it is important that you familiarize yourself with the policies and procedures by which this program operates, as well as the federal and state laws to which it is subject.
The Student Employment Handbook contains nearly all of the information that you need to know about the Brandeis University Student Employment Program. It explains the requirements, responsibilities, and rights that you have as a student employee. Most of the required forms will be sent to you via Workday and some are available on our website. Should you have any questions, concerns, or problems after reading the enclosed information please contact the Office of Student Financial Services.
Good luck with your employment!
Assistant Director of Student Employment
- Who We Are
- Employment Opportunities at Brandeis University
- Employment Process for Students
- Off-Campus Federal Work Study Employment Policies
- Off-Campus Job Registration Procedures
- Pay Increases
- Rehiring and Continuing Into Summer
- Student Employment Policies
- Students' Rights and Responsibilities
- Termination of Employment
- Weekly Pay
This handbook only covers employment directly with the university. It does not cover employment with vendors such as Brandeis Hospitality or the University Bookstore. Please contact the vendor directly with any concerns you may have about your employment with them. If you have an issue that is covered by a Brandeis policy, such as Title IX or the anti-harassment policies, your information will be reviewed by the Office of Human Resources.