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Important Student Payroll Information for Summer 2010

All forms referenced below are available at the Payroll website.

Student employees must be enrolled for the Summer Sessions or Fall semester 2010 in order to work during the summer. Incoming freshmen enrolled for the Fall 2010 semester must complete the Intent to Enroll statement.

All student employees working over the summer must complete a new profile sheet. 

Student employees completing a UE/Grant Student Employment Profile/Job Assignment Sheet must also complete a State Work-Study Application.

Student employees completing a Federal Student Employment/ Profile Job Assignment Sheet must have received a Federal Work Study award and verified the award has been posted to their student account prior to submitting their Profile Job Assignment Sheet to Payroll Services.

Students who want to request Federal Work Study for summer must submit the 2010 IUP Financial Aid Application to the Financial Aid Office in Clark Hall. This application may be obtained at the Financial Aid service desk in Clark Hall or from Financial Aid’s website.

New student employees being placed on payroll for the first time must complete:

Students must complete these documents prior to arriving at the Payroll Services Office, G-11 Sutton Hall. All documents must be presented by the student employee. Faxes will not be accepted.

New student employees must present a Social Security card and a photo ID when submitting their documents to Payroll Services. A student without a Social Security number is not permitted to work.  Do not permit any student to work if they do not have a Social Security number.

International Student Employees

When hiring an international student, the following must be on file:

Note: IUP is required by federal guidelines to maintain documentation for each international student. If these guidelines are not adhered to, the student will not be authorized to work and will not be placed on the payroll.

When hiring new student employees for summer, the first day they will be eligible to work is May 8, 2010.

Final Exams end May 7, 2010. Therefore, undergraduate students are still held to 25 hours for that week (20 hours if international students). Graduating students are not permitted to work beyond May 7, 2010.

Noteworthy Dates

Last day of finals: May 7, 2010

Spring payroll ends: May 7, 2010

Spring Commencement: May 9, 2010

Last day graduating students may work: May 7, 2010

Undergraduate students may begin working forty hours/week: May 8, 2010 (If a student is taking classes, hours are limited to twenty-five hours per week. Graduate students may work forty hours whether they are taking classes or not.)

Summer payroll begins: May 8, 2010

Summer payroll ends: August 27, 2010

Last pay date for graduate assistants: May 21, 2010 (for pay period ending 05/07/2010)

Last pay date for teaching associates: June 18, 2010 (for pay period ending 06/04/2010)

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