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Human Resources


On Campus Student Employment

Welcome new students and welcome back, returning students!  The Human Resources Office provides WWCC students with an opportunity to gain work experience while assisting with the financing of their education.  By providing work experience, the Human Resources Office also enhances the educational development and growth of the student.

Student WorkerFINDING A JOB

On Campus
If an on-campus position is what you are looking for, come visit the Human Resources Office located on the Third Floor, Room 3035.  There, you can look through the on-campus student employment position vacancies.  The job book includes a description of the job, the applicable department and the hourly wage for the position.  All students applying for a job on campus are required to fill out a WWCC application form and may also be required to interview for the position.

Off Campus
For off campus positions, the Job Placement and Occupational Services has a job board available next to the Bookstore on the First Floor or find more information at Career Services and Job Placement Page


Students seeking to be employed in a student employee position during the academic year must be enrolled in at least six (6) or more credit hours and, if seeking a student employee position in the summer, must take at least three (3) credit hours during the summer or have completed the previous Spring semester as with at least 6 credit hours or be pre-registered for the up-coming Fall semester with at least six (6) credit hours.  When applicable, students must remain enrolled at the levels specified to qualify for continued employment.


There are restrictions on the number of hours which may be worked and on the number of jobs a student may have.  As a general rule, most student employee positions are funded between eight and ten hours per week, and students generally should not work in excess of this amount.  Students may hold no more than two jobs on campus.  Student Ambassador and Peer Mentor positions are excluded from this two-job rule.    


A Student’s education is first priority.  Employment must not interfere with a student’s academic work.  Supervisors will work around a student’s class schedule when scheduling the student’s work schedule.  


Timesheets are due in the Business Office on the first and the fifteenth of every month.  If these dates fall on the weekend, the timesheets will be due on the Friday before.  All timesheets must be signed by both the student and the supervisor.  Timesheets are available in the Library or the Business Office.    Paychecks will be available at the Information Desk after 1:00 p.m. on the 6th and the 21st of each month.  If these dates fall on the weekend, the checks will be available the Friday before.  


International students must have the permission of the Vice President for Student Success Services before they may accept a position. 


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