Many Ball State University students, like you, work on campus. An on-campus job provides an opportunity to earn extra money, meet people, develop transferable job skills,learn time-management skills, gain experience, and get more involved on campus.  Use this guide to navigate your way to a student job.

General Information
            The Value of Student Employment
            Student Employment
            Federal Work Study

If you are just starting:

            Eligibility Conditions
            Beginning the Application Process
    Accommodations for Referrals While Away From Campus

            Required Forms
State Tax Form
Federal Tax Form
Direct Deposit Form
Federal I-9 Form
Employee Confidentiality Agreement Form

Looking for On Campus Jobs:
            Cardinal Career Link

Off Campus and Post-Graduate Opportunities:
            Cardinal Career Link
            Internships

            Student Employment Handbook
                        Accommodations for a Disability
                        Attendance, Illness and Time Off
                        Background Investigations
                        Eligibility Documents for Federal I-9 Form
                        Eligibility for Campus Employment
                        Employee Self Serve & Direct Deposit
                        Federal Work Study
                        General Responsibilities
                        General Employment Policies
                        Hours and Earnings
                        Job Related Problems
                        SaVE Act Training
                        Students Requiring Special Permission to Work