Do you need to work part-time while attending Endicott? There are two types of employment opportunities for our students: Federal Work-Study and Campus Employment.
Federal Work-Study is a need-based financial aid program that is awarded by the Financial Aid Office. The majority of the positions at Endicott require that you have been awarded Federal Work-Study as part of your financial aid package. While we try to ensure that students who were awarded Federal Work-Study are able to obtain a position on campus and/or earn up to the eligible amount, it is not guaranteed. All student employees are paid bi-weekly for the hours they work; the wages are not applied to their tuition bills. Please visit MyEndicott for more information, including how to access a list of available jobs.
A limited number of campus employment opportunities are available for students who do not qualify for Federal Work-Study. Please visit MyEndicott or contact the Financial Aid Office at email@example.com or 978-232-2070 for more information.
After a student is hired, they will receive an email from the Payroll Office with a link to enroll in ADP, our payroll processing service where they will complete a W-4, I-9, M-4, and Direct Deposit Form online. Because the I-9 requires verification of identity, students will need to bring their school ID AND either their ORIGINAL social security card, ORIGINAL birth certificate, or ORIGINAL unexpired passport into the Financial Aid Office to be copied. Due to federal regulations, COPIES CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. If you have any questions, contact the Financial Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-232-2070.
Student Employment Policies and Procedures
All students who work on campus must read the Student Employment Handbook for information regarding documentation, taxes, and payment.