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Employment of Student Workers (CSU System Board Resolution #98-62)

Student Employment FAQs for Supervisors

Before you begin employment, please read the following:

After reviewing the materials above, complete and return the following items to the Payroll Department in Marcus White Annex, Room 006. If you expect your payroll status to change in the future, you may submit the following forms to the Payroll Department. 

NOTICE: You are submitting this Form W-4 under the penalties of perjury. This means that if you knowingly claim allowances or an exempt status to which you are not entitled, you are subject to criminal prosecution in Federal Court. Submission of a fraudulent Form W-4 is a federal crime under Title 26, U.S. Code Section 7205, that is punishable by up to one year in prison and a fine of up to $100,000. In addition, knowingly submitting a false Form W-4 may constitute evidence of tax evasion (or other federal crimes). Tax evasion is a federal crime under Title 26, U.S. Code Section 7201, that is punishable by up to five years in prison, a fine of up to $1 Million, costs of prosecution, and an order of restitution for any federal taxes owed.

In order to be considered for student employment the student must be matriculated at one of the Connecticut State Universities and currently enrolled in Fall/Spring courses, or be enrolled in the Intensive English Language Program.  Additionally, per BOR/CSCU policy, certain Student Help, Work Study, Cooperative Education Program, and all Resident Assistant positions are subject to a pre-employment background investigation.  Please complete the Background Investigation Disclosure and Consent form and the Authorization for the Social Security Administration (SSA) To Release Social Security Number (SSN) Verification form below if your supervisor has checked "Yes" to any of the questions found under the Supervisor's Certification section of the Student Help, Work Study, or Cooperative Education Program Certification forms.  Resident Assistants are subject to a pre-employment background investigation and must complete the Background Investigation Disclosure and Consent form and the Authorization for the Social Security Administration (SSA) To Release Social Security Number (SSN) Verification form below.

Please note, any Student Help, Work Study or Cooperative Education Program students that are subject to a pre-employment background investigation may not begin working until the background investigation has been successfully completed and the student receives an email with their CORE-CT user ID and password.  Resident Assistants are subject to a pre-employment background investigation and may not begin working until the Resident Assistant receives notification by email that the background investigation has been successfully completed.

 

A request for further information or questions may be directed to D'Lon Wilcox in person or by telephone:

Marcus White Annex, Room 006 
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06050

Phone: (860) 832-2503
Fax: (860) 832-2522

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Revised 05/24/2017

 

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