It is my responsibility to read the Student Employment website,
especially "Student Forms and
Resources" regarding "important dates" to know when the
semester begins and ends. I must be enrolled and actively attending
classes to qualify for work study employment. I may have only one
student employment job at a time.
I must keep track of my FWS earnings and keep my employer up to
date on a monthly basis to prevent myself from over utilizing my
award amount. It is up to my employer’s discretion to either
transfer me to their funding account or to terminate me once I
approach my FWS limit per semester. Gross Earnings are monitored
through my online pay statements.
I have been advised that I may work a maximum of 20
hours per week determined by official class schedule. Work is
not allowed during scheduled class time even if class has been
canceled.I must keep accurate time sheets and submit them in a
timely manner according to the payroll schedule; otherwise I will be
paid late. Infraction(s) regarding time sheet completion and
submission may result in termination of employment.
If I falsify any of my time sheets, I will be terminated
immediately and have disciplinary actions brought against me by
Saint Leo University.
I must adhere to the work schedule established. If I want time
off from my work schedule, I must ask permission from my employer
I must notify my employer as far in advance as possible if I am
not able to come to work due to extenuating circumstances.
I must adhere to the all rules and policies established by my
employer, including dress code.
I have an obligation to perform job duties satisfactorily. My
employer will evaluate my job performance, attendance, work ethics,
behavior, and attitude, which can be used as reference for future
employers even after I graduate from Saint Leo University.
My employer has the right to terminate me from the job if he/she
determines that any of the above expectations are
I must give notice to my employer before quitting.
If I switch jobs, my pay rate may change for the new position
per the approved student pay scale (whether it is at a higher or
lower rate of pay).