Student Employment

GETTING STARTED


The  operates as part of Student Success. This center is separate from Central Human Resources ane offers special services for USF students including career planning, assessments, mock interviews, resume and cover letter assistance and more.    

Find information about the Federal Work Study program here.  

BROWSE JOB OPENINGS

APPLY FOR ON-CAMPUS AND OFF-CAMPUS JOBS ON HANDSHAKE

The Center for Career & Professional Development uses Handshake, an on-line career management and job search system for USF students looking for internships, part-time, and full-time employment opportunities. Learn more about how Handshake works here.



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Information for International Students

Generally, F-1 students are only allowed to work on campus for 20 hours per week during the Fall and Spring semesters (40 hours during breaks and annual vacation). For a job to be considered to be “on campus” you must receive a USF generated paycheck or the on-campus location must offer essential services to students, such as the Yuengling Center or the USF Follett Bookstore.


INCREASE WORK HOURS DURING BREAKS & VACATIONS

Employment must not exceed 20 hours a week while school is in session, but an F-1 student may work on campus full-time when school is not in session or during annual vacation.

UNITED STATES INCOME TAX

Your paycheck may be lower than the anticipated amount due to tax withholdings. The amount withheld from your paycheck is dependent upon your tax status which, in turn, is determined by your visa classification and the amount of time you have been in the United States.

ABOUT YOUR PAYCHECK

The 鶹Ƶ pays on a bi-weekly payroll cycle. Each pay period begins on Friday and ends two weeks later on Thursday. You will be paid for that pay period one week later on Friday.

Learn more about your paycheck and student FICA guidelines here. 
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