Students are eligible to work on campus during the academic year if they are enrolled in a minimum of 6 undergraduate units or 4 graduate units.
Student employees are appointed into a classification by their departments based on:
- Enrollment Status
- Citizenship Status
- Financial Aid Status
- Nature of Work
|Student Assistant||1870||U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident|
|Federal Work Study Student Assistant||1871||U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident; Has a federal work study award - if you are unsure if you are FWS eligible, please contact the Financial Aid Office by emailing email@example.com|
|Non-Resident Alien Student Assistant||1868||Non-U.S. Citizen (typically an F-1 Visa holder); Required to complete online tax compliance assessment|
|Instructional Student Assistant||1150||Represented classification that performs academic-related work (grading,tutoring,etc.); See Office of Faculty Affairs|
|Work Study Instructional Student Assistant||1151||Represented classification that performs academic-related work; Has a federal work study award; See Office of Faculty Affairs|
|Summer Bridge Student Assistant||1874||
U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident; Not enrolled in summer session courses or enrolled in less than 6 undergraduate units or 4 graduate units. Able to work up to 40 hours per week, but is not eligible for overtime; Student must be enrolled at CSUSM in the prior Spring semester and enroll at least half-time at CSUSM in the following Fall semester.
Mandatory enrollment in the Part-Time, Seasonal, Temporary (PST) retirement program.
- Handshake - Student Employment Opportunities
- Student Sign In Process
- Student Assistant Handbook
- Payday Schedule
- Pay Check Distribution
- How to Report Time