We are pleased to learn of your interest in student employment opportunities at the University of Notre Dame.
Over 40% of undergraduate students
choose to work during the academic year to meet some of the costs associated with a
Notre Dame education.
The following information provides you with important details concerning student employment policies and procedures at the University of Notre Dame.
THE JOB SEARCH Students looking to obtain a student job are responsible for finding their own position. Our office does not make job assignments. The job listings are posted for viewing on our website; however, you contact the employer directly. Job listings may be viewed on the:
The JOBboard offers employment opportunities in:
Campus Employment – Campus Employment or Federal Work-Study eligibility
Community Service – Federal Work-Study eligibility required
ND Community – Off-campus positions are posted as a service to the ND faculty, staff and alumni; students are not employed by the University
The JOBboard is updated regularly as new positions become available.
DOCUMENTS FROM HOME Students planning to work at Notre Dame should be prepared to present the required original, signed, and unexpired document(s) to their employer (e.g., valid passport OR driver’s license AND social security card) to complete the Form I-9. For a complete list of acceptable documents, please review the Form I-9.
Please note: Photocopies and/or fascimiles are not acceptable.
HIRING DOCUMENTS All NEW student employees should be prepared to complete the following forms with your employer BEFORE beginning employment:
- Form W-4
- Form WH-4
- Form I-9, accompanied by required supporting documentation as listed on the Form I-9.
- Direct Deposit Election Form
DIRECT DEPOSIT Direct Deposit is the method of payment for all university employees, including students. As an hourly employee, you will be paid bi-weekly via direct deposit to your personal bank account. Please view the Payroll Calendars for specific pay dates.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS require additional documentation as evidence of work eligibility in the United States. Please click here for detailed information regarding work authorization including a list of eligible campus employers.
Accepting a position involves commitment to your employer. Besides performing your duties to the best of your ability, you are expected to be dependable and considerate. Keep in mind that future employers may contact the University for employment-related references after you graduate.
Best wishes as you explore the various employment opportunities available to you as a student at the University of Notre Dame!