Welcome to the UNI Team
- I am an incoming student, when I can apply for jobs?
You can start previewing jobs (un: demo, pw: 123) as you as you decide you are coming to UNI. However, most students begin applying and interviewing for positions after enrolling in classes. Your Job Board Account will be created after enrollment in classes.
- When are jobs posted for [fall, spring, summer] semester?
Jobs are posted daily throughout the year. Some employers will post as early as six months in advance and others will post days before expected start date. There is no "best" time to start looking/applying.
- Can I use a copy of my ID's (such as Social Security card) for the I-9?
No. By law, we must be presented with originals of the documents. Photocopies or faxes cannot be accepted. If you need a replacement Social Security Card, you may request one and bring the reciept to Career Services to begin work.
- I can't find how to go back and submit a timecard for past hours?
Only timecards for recent weeks show in the timecard list. If you worked prior to that, please contact UNI Payroll at 319-273-2656.
- I have Federal Work Study (FWS), how do I find positions that I can work at?
Federal Work Study funds follow you (the student), so you can work at ANY position on-campus. Let your hiring manager know you have FWS funds. For deadlines to claim your FWS, or other FWS questions, contact UNI Financial Aid at 319-273-2700.
- I worked on-campus before, do I have to submit all the paperwork again?
If your work assignment expired (you quit or were terminated), you will need to complete the paperwork again.
- Can I update my W-4 or Direct Deposit information?
Yes. You can login to eBiz after you have started working.
- How many hours per week can I work?
The student employment policy (3.19) states that students can work generally up to 20 hours per week during the academic year - this a cumulative of all campus jobs. During breaks and summer, students can work up to 40 hours per week.
- How many credits do I have to be enrolled in to work on-campus?
As long as you are enrolled at UNI you can work as a student employee. This includes graduate students that are enrolled for continuous registration. International students must remain enrolled full-time (except for summer or the final semester of study). Other exceptions include Federal Work Study. Questions about Federal Work Study should be directed to UNI Financial Aid at 319-273-2700.
- I am being treated unfairly at work. Is there anything I can do?
The first step would be to speak with your supervisor or department manager. If you need assistance, contact UNI Career Services on ways to improve the working relationship. More information is listed:
- UNI Student Employee Grievance Policy (12.04)
- Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct (13.02)
- Retaliation and Misconduct (13.19)
- Accomodation of Disabilities (13.15)