Student Employment > About > Policies & Procedures
Student employees must be familiar with the following policies and procedures at DePaul University. Review DePaul's complete list of policies on the University Policies website.
On–campus jobs are available only to students who are currently enrolled at DePaul.
Form I–9 verifies a student’s identity and eligibility to work in the United States. Both employees—citizens and noncitizens—and employers must complete an I-9. Students are required to complete this form and provide the appropriate identification within three business days of the date of employment. To learn more about Form I-9 and the acceptable forms of identification, please visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website.
Students who work on campus are exempt from FICA taxes on wages earned during academic terms in which they are enrolled at least half-time.
Domestic students can work during the break period after their graduation, but must cease working at the start of the next academic quarter. For example, if a student graduated in June, he/she can work through summer break until September when the fall quarter begins. International students must end their student position by their graduation date.
International students must stop working upon graduation due to visa regulations.
accident on university owned, operated or leased property results in an injury
to a DePaul employee, the employee or their supervisor must
contact Compliance & Risk Management to file a Workers
Compensation claim no later than one business day after the injury.
accident occurs at an off-campus university sponsored event, while away on
university business, or at an off-campus educational activity, the following
The Illinois Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act (325 ILCS 5) mandates that all university personnel who have reasonable cause to believe that a child under the age of 18 known to them in their professional or official capacity may have been subjected to physical or sexual abuse, may be at risk of physical or sexual abuse, or is being deprived of the proper or necessary care are required by law to immediately report such mistreatment to the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) by calling DCFS' child abuse hotline at 1-800-25-ABUSE. For more information, review Public Safety’s website.
Student employees can work multipe jobs on-campus as long as they are complying with the Work Hour Policy and not exceeding the maximum number of hours they are eligible to work per week. U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents are limited to working 25 hours per week inclusive of all on-campus positions. Non U.S. citizens in F-1 and J-1 non-immigrant visa status are limited to working 20 hours per week inclusive of all on-campus positions while school is in session as mandated by the Department of Homeland Security.
Please note: Student employees are not eligible to be in employed a full-time or part-time position. Students must decided between student employment or a staff position. For more information, please see the Multiple Job Rules Final.pd
Illinois law states that any employee working more than 7.5 consecutive hours must be provided a minimum of 20 minutes of unpaid lunch time with a break being given no later than five hours after beginning work. No work can be done during break periods.
Title IX prohibits sex discrimination on the basis of sex in federally funded education programs and activities. Sex discrimination includes sexual harassment, and sexual and relationship violence. Title IX requires that when an individual who is a "responsible employee" learns of sex discrimination, the responsible employee is required to promptly report specific information about the sex discrimination to DePaul's title IX coordinator or other appropriate designees. At DePaul, all DePaul faculty, staff and student employees are responsible employees.
For an overview of reporting responsibilities and a step-by-step response guide, as well as contact information for all the offices mentioned in this document, please view the Title IX & Sexual and Relationship Violence website.
U.S. citizens and/or permanent residents are limited to working a maximum of 25 hours per week as student employees. During school breaks and Summer Quarter(s), hours are not restricted.
Non–immigrant students in F–1 or J–1 status are limited to working 20 hours per week as mandated by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. International students should contact International Student & Scholar Services before working more than 20 hours per week over the Summer Quarters(s) and school breaks to ensure their eligibility.
All users who choose to participate in Career Center and/or Office of Student Employment services must abide by the user agreement. By logging into the Campus Job Board or the Career Center’s Handshake platform, students are indicating that they will adhere to the standards detailed in this agreement.