Students employed through the Student Employment Office during Summer 2010 must meet one of the following requirements:
- have completed at least the minimum part-time enrollment [six (6) credit hours] for the Spring 2010 term;
- be enrolled in and maintain at least the minimum part-time enrollment during either of Summer 2010 sessions: undergraduate and graduate students = three (3) credit hours; students enrolled in the College of Dentistry, Medicine, and Pharmacy = five (5) credit hours
- have been newly admitted to the University for the Fall 2010 term and intend to enroll in at least six (6) credit hours during that term. Incoming students can begin employment on May 16, 2010.
Graduating students who complete six (6) credit hours in their last term can continue working during the break period under non-Federal Work Study funds. The last day a graduating student may work as a student employee is May 15, 2010.
Students who attend a state-funded University other than UIC will need to submit proof of their enrollment (grade report, certification letter from the University, transcript, etc.) indicating that they completed six credit hours during the Spring term OR are enrolled part-time during the Summer. Current student employees who fall under this category should submit proof by June 4, 2010.
If the Student Employment Office finds that a student does not meet one of the above requirements, they will send a termination notice for that student. If you have concerns about the eligibility of your student employees, call the Student Employment Office at x6-3130.
**If you have student employees who are no longer working for your unit and are still active in your departmental/web time rosters, please submit a transaction to end their job(s).**