Student Employment - Information for Employers
Recognizing and Responding to Students in Distress - A University handbook. Other useful information has been compiled by the Office of the Dean of Students and Gannett Health Services.
Contact LibHR@cornell.edu to have your position included in the notebook maintained by Library Human Resources, 213 Olin Library.
All students must submit a student job application in order to apply for a job. All students are required to complete an I-9 form to provide proof of employment eligibility. Students may be sent to Library Human Resources (213 Olin Library) for processing.
Know Cornell's policies & procedures that student employees are expected to follow, including information about wage expectations, time cards, rest breaks, meal periods and much more.
Training and Orientation - a checklist of helpful tips regarding orientation, support, continual training, and constructive feedback.
All students should be encouraged to sign up for direct deposit. Those who choose to opt out should understand how the university determines the paycheck mailing address.
Many students have questions regarding taxes and how to complete the W-2 form. Here is some information to help answer those tricky tax questions.