We are dedicated to helping you find meaningful on-campus jobs, and provide you with tools to maximize the value of your employment experience.
You will find information about the different types of on-campus employment opportunities, how to find and apply to a job of interest, what paperwork you will need to complete before you start working, as well as helpful guides to ensure a successful work experience.
There are 3 types of on-campus employment at Rollins for undergraduate students: Federal Work Study, Frueauff, and Department-Funded student positions. The main differences revolve around the funding source and student eligibility. As for graduate students, the on-campus employment opportunities include 2 position types: Graduate Assistantships and Department-Funded positions. The eligibility criteria differ according to department needs and students course of study.
Federal Work Study Positions:
Federal Work Study (FWS) is a federally-funded financial aid program awarded to students based on their eligibility determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) along with other financial aid criteria. Funding for this program is limited. Students are awarded a specific amount, and the federal government subsidizes the wages to the employer. This means that Rollins pays a portion of the wages and FWS pays the remaining portion.
Federal Work Study positions are available only to those students who have received communication from the Office of Financial Aid and/or the Center for Career & Life Planning regarding their work study eligibility for the current academic year.
Frueauff student positions are funded through the Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Student Employment Fund. International students as well as US resident students who meet the financial aid criteria, may apply to these positions.
Frueauff positions are available only to those students who have received communication from the Office of Financial Aid and/or the Center for Career & Life Planning regarding their eligibility for the current academic year.
Department Funded Positions:
Students without federal funding can find jobs in an array of departments. Rollins departments pay in full for these students' wages. All Rollins students are eligible to apply for these positions, regardless of financial need.
Graduate Assistantship positions vary widely depending on the hiring department. Some pay an hourly rate, while others provide a stipend or tuition assistance. Please check the Rollins student job posting website for Graduate Assistantship postings and their individual characteristics.
For available positions, explore the Student Job Postings through the Rollins Careers site. New positions will be posted daily, so make sure to check back often.
After finding a position you wish to apply to, you will be asked to login or create an account. Keep in mind that this is a separate login from your FoxID and password, and will be used when applying for all on-campus jobs. Upload a resume and/or cover letter and proceed through the application process. Be sure to use the CCLP guides if you need help with your application materials.
Complete your application and submit when satisfied with your answers. You will receive an email notification confirming your submission. Make sure to keep an eye on your email for possible requests for interviews. It may be a few weeks before you hear back about your application as departments have many applications to review, so don’t let this discourage you or keep you from applying to other positions. Remember, the more you apply, the higher your chances of being hired!
Please Note: Once you accept a Work Study or a Frueauff position, your applications to other Work Study & Frueauff positions will be withdrawn. Students cannot have more than one work study, or Frueauff position at a time.
We have created a helpful Student Employee Handbook to cover information on:
• Different types of on-campus employment at Rollins
• Expectations of a student employee
• Useful guides that will help you in your on-campus job
Students should review the handbook before applying for a job on campus, and throughout their employment with the College. This tool will help you make the most out of your on-campus employment experience.
Complete New Hire Paperwork
Before starting to work in any on-campus job, students must visit the Center for Career & Life Planning (CCLP) to complete the necessary new hire paperwork listed below.
Note: U.S. resident students are required to complete their new hire forms only once during their college career. International students are required to update their tax information annually, and connect with CCLP regarding status, visa, and related updates.
• Student Employment New Hire Paperwork Checklist & Cover Page
• Student Employment Application - You may also print your online application and sign & date the last page.
• I-9 Form - To be completed in person by visiting the Center for Career & Life Planning. To complete this form you must present CCLP staff with original/unexpired documents: either one document from List A, or a combination of one document from list B and one document from List C as presented in the List of Acceptable Work Documents. Be sure to review these instructions for more information, and get started on completing your I-9, via this fillable form.
• W-4 Form - Complete the personal allowance worksheet and fill out the withholding allowance information at the bottom of the page.
• Worker's Compensation Form - Read thoroughly, then sign and date the form.
• Employee Pay Selection Form - Initial and enter your preferred method of payment, add account information, and sign.
• Confidentiality Statement - Review FERPA FAQs, then sign form.
• Student Title IX Online Courses - Student employees are required to complete only following online courses: Workplace Harassment Prevention, Campus SaVE Act, and Show Some Respect! Prevent Harassment. Return your completion certificates to CCLP along with the rest of your new hire documentation. Note: You may have completed two of the courses as part of your transition to Rollins College. If so, you do not need to retake these two courses, however be sure to print and bring your completion certificates.
Questions? For more information review this document.
Before starting to work in any on-campus job, international students must visit the Center for Career & Life Planning to begin their non-resident employment procedures. Please be aware that the onboarding process is lengthy, and preparing ahead is highly advised. Review and complete the steps and paperwork highlighted in theNRA checklist.
- Have legal non-immigrant status that allows for on-campus employment.
- Maintain full-time student status.
- Have a Social Security Number in order to get paid.
- Complete the non-resident employment procedures highlighted in the checklist above (including the FNIF Form).
Note: International students are required to update their tax information annually, and connect with CCLP regarding status, visa, and related updates.- F-1 Students may start working on-campus immediately after completing new hire paperwork.