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Boatwright Memorial Library

General Services Student Assistant Resources: Student Employment Resources

This guide provides tips and training materials for General Services Student Assistants.

Pre-Employment Paperwork

All required paperwork MUST be completed prior to the start of your first shift. Please read and complete each required form thoroughly! Forms and general information can be found at the following links (for complete instructions, see the section "What do I need to do to start work on campus?" from Student Employment):

New Student Employees: General Information

Pre-Employment Paperwork Packet (I-9, VA-4. W-4)

I-9 Form Instructions

List of Acceptable I-9 Documents

Handbooks and Policies

Here you will find student employment-related materials and policies. Documents here are both university-wide and specific to Boatwright and this department. Please read all of these documents thoroughly, and continue to review and reference them regularly throughout your time working for our department.

Boatwright Basic Expectations Form[link pending] - this is to be read, signed, and returned to a supervisor each semester you are employed as a GSSA.

Boatwright Student Employee Manual[link pending] - general information for student employees working at Boatwright Memorial Library.

GSSA Manual - Information specific to your position[link pending], also summarized in this LibGuide.

Student Employee Handbook (rev. Fall 2021) - the university-wide student employee handbook. Contains helpful general information about eligibility, finding campus jobs, wage policies, payroll, etc.

Need help?

If you have a question or concern, please do not hesitate to contact one of your supervisors or the Financial Aid/Student Employment. Their contact information can be found here.

Additionally, you can visit the office in person in the Queally Center, Suite 214. The staff there can help you complete your employment paperwork or address any concerns or questions.

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