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Welcome! Our mission is to support the educational goals of Vassar College and its students by offering part-time on-campus and off-campus employment opportunities for students demonstrating financial need. By providing assistance in the operation of the Vassar campus and community with administrative and academic support and resources, students are able to achieve both professional and personal development. For more information click here.
Download your I-9 form here. This is required in order to legally begin work through Vassar Student Employment. Information on your other tax forms are included in the above link.
General information about the CSWS program.
A limited number of jobs are available during college break. Priority is given to international students on financial aid followed by students with high financial need who are able to work full time.
Questions about web time entry, the job registration process or student employment in general? Check out our FAQ's to help answer your questions.
Join us in recognizing the contributions both our student employees and employers make throughout the year!
Click here to review jobs you've recently applied for and to update your JobMail Subscription.
Conduct either quick or advanced searches for available jobs. Submit an online job application.
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Learn about the payroll policies and procedures. Check your timesheet due dates and the dates your checks will be issued. Tax and direct deposit information.
Time entry is in Workday. Time sheets are due 10am on Mondays of the designated payroll period. For information on how to enter time, click here.
LATE PAPER TIME SHEET: Complete a late paper time sheet (click) if your hours are past 3 pay cycles (6 weeks). All other missed hours are to be recorded on Workday timesheets.
Additional payroll forms, direct deposit instructions. Policies and job registration information can be found here
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