Samford University provides work opportunities for students through the two following programs: The Federal Work Study program (FWS) is need-based, as determined by the FAFSA, and the Institutional Student Employment Program (ISEP) which is not need-based.
Finding A Job
Follow the steps below to search for and obtain a job through one of Samford's Student Employment Programs:
- Students may contact employers about on-campus jobs directly.
- A list of available on campus positions with job description, job requirements and contact information are available from the menu on the right.
- A list of job possibilities through the Community Work Service Program are available for those with federal work study funds. Students will work with the Office of Financial Aid to obtain this type of employment.
I’ve Found A Student Job, What’s Next?
Complete New Student Employee Paperwork with Human Resources. You must complete the employment paperwork before you begin working. The Human Resources department is located in Room 302 of Samford Hall.
What do I bring to Human Resources?
- Completed forms along with appropriate documents for the I-9 form and a your banking information.
- Original, unexpired documents for the I-9 form. No scans, copies or faxes can be used. See the list of acceptable documents by clicking here. Some examples of acceptable documents are:
- Unexpired U.S. passport OR
- Unexpired driver’s license AND original U.S. Social Security Card OR
- Unexpired driver’s license AND original/certified birth certificate
What else should I bring?
A voided check or routing and account information from your bank if you want to participate in direct deposit
What should I complete before I go to Human Resources?
You can print, complete and bring the forms below with you to your meeting. Human Resources staff will be available to assist you with completion of these forms but cannot give tax advice.
- I-9 form (list of acceptable documents)
- Confidentiality Agreement
- Direct Deposit form (remember to bring a check or information from bank)
What is the next step after completing paperwork?
After completing all requirements for student employment, you will receive a Student Employment Authorization Card as confirmation that you are eligible to begin working. No one should allow a student to perform any type of work without seeing their card.