To be eligible for student employment at the Law School campus, all candidates must be enrolled in an accredited educational institution, be at least 16 years of age, and meet the employment eligibility requirements established by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires the verification of employment eligibility for all employees via the I-9 form. After accepting the tentative offer of a specific on-campus job opportunity, the student will be asked to present documents which verify identity and employment eligibility to the Student Employment Program staff.
Students who are neither citizens of the U.S.A., nor resident aliens complete documentation specific to their visa status as required by law (International Students).
Students enrolled in educational institutions other than the University of Connecticut, must provide verification of their enrollment status and complete documentation specific to their status as a Non-UConn student.
Students who are less than 18 years of age are restricted by law in the type of work they may perform and must present documentation specific to their status as a Minor.
Students who have accepted a Work Study Award as part of their student financial aid package are eligible for employment in a wider range of jobs than students who do not have a federal Work Study Award. Many jobs on campus are restricted to students with Work Study Awards.