Student employment is a form of institutional financial assistance and is contingent upon certain criteria. Generally, you must be a continuing Ball State University degree-seeking student and eligible to work in the United States to become employed on campus. Eligibility will be determined, in part, by the university's participation with the Federal E-Verify authentication process which confirms that those hired by the university are eligible under the law to hold employment within the United States.
During fall and spring semesters, you must be enrolled at least half-time each term that you want to work.
During the summer, you may be eligible for on-campus student employment if any of the following apply:
You are not eligible for on-campus student employment if any of the following apply:
You may not begin to work or must quit working on campus immediately if any of the preceding conditions apply. If you continue to work after completion of a Ball State University degree or after having been academically disqualified, you will be considered to be working in violation of your employment agreement with the university which requires you to be a continuing, degree-seeking student and not in compliance with the conditions above.
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