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Student Assistant/Work Study Opportunities

There are numerous benefits of working on campus as a student assistant, including:

  • obtaining valuable work experience to enhance your résumé,
  • developing critical skills employers seek, and
  • working close to class locations with flexible work hours.

Student assistant and work-study student assistant positions are part time (less than 115 hours/month), hourly positions and are not benefits eligible. Student assistants may not hold any other type of position such as a graduate assistantship or temporary casual employment at the same time that they are employed as a student assistant or work-study student assistant.

Review and apply for open student assistant/work study positions by visiting the Careers@SFA website.

New Hire Checklist

Work Permission Forms

Employment Paperwork

Complete the following employment paperwork and return to Human Resources with proof of ID on or before your first day of work:

No photocopies/faxes/scanned documents will be accepted per federal law. All international students must bring their visa/passport and any other related documents.

Training

  • EEO Training - Equal Employment Opportunity Training is a mandatory training for all employees on campus, including student assistants. This training must be completed on or before your first day of work. Employees must renew their EEO training every two years.

  • Ethics Training - Ethics Training is a mandatory training for all employees on campus, including student assistants. This training must be completed on or before your first day of work. Employees must renew their Ethics training every year.

  • ASAP Training - Advancing Students As Professionals Training is an interactive and engaging look into the world of work. ASAP Training is mandatory for all new on-campus student assistants and is recommended for returning student assistants or students employed by other entities.

  • Receipts and Deposits Training - Receipts training is a mandatory training for employees (including students) that accept, record and/or deposit university receipts. If your job involves handling cash and/or other forms of payment, then you must complete this training.

  • FERPA Training - FERPA Training is a mandatory training for employees who have access to student records. Student assistants who will have access to student records should contact the Office of the Registrar to schedule FERPA Training.

  • Property Management Training - Property Management Training is required for all employees.

Contact:

Human Resources
936.468.2304
Fax: 936.468.1104
hr@sfasu.edu

Physical Address:
1936 North Street
Austin Building
Room 201

Mailing Address:
Box 13039 SFA Station
Nacogdoches, TX 75962