Accepting an On-Campus Job
Working on Campus for the First Time
Once you have accepted an on campus position, your supervisor should complete the Employment Authorization form or the employment authorization spreadsheet and send it to Human Resources. You are not eligible and cannot begin working until you are cleared by Human Resources. Supervisors can check here if a student is approved to work on campus. If a student is listed, they have completed all the paperwork and can work on campus.
The forms are sent via DocuSign to your Hamilton email address once we are notified of your employment.
I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
You must prove your identity and your eligibility to work in the United States by completing an I-9 Employment Eligible Verification Form in the Office of Human Resources. This is a federal law required by the Department of Homeland Security for all new employees, including students, citizens and non-citizens.
- The I-9 form is completed after you are hired but before you start working.
- For proper completion of the I-9 form you must present acceptable documents to show your identity and authorization to work. You will need to provide one document from List A or a combination of one document from List B and one document from List C. We will need to view the original document(s). Copies are not acceptable.
- It is recommended that you bring documents with you to campus if you plan on working. If you do not have acceptable documentation with you, you cannot begin working until we view the original document(s).
IT-2104 Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate (State)
Complete the form by entering a number in box 1. If you would like to add an additional amount, enter a dollar amount in box 3. If you would like to claim exempt please complete the New York State Exempt Form (IT-2104E).
New York Wage Notice
Must be completed for each position on campus.
Direct Deposit Authorization (optional)
Complete all information on the form, be sure to clearly print the routing and account numbers.