A Student Employment Handbook is available online.
Q: I don't have Federal Work Study - can I still work at the library?
A: Yes. There are employment opportunities for positions with no financial aid eligibility, as well as recipients of Federal Work Study Awards.
Q: What paperwork do I need to complete when I am hired?
A: Student employees must complete tax forms (W-4 Withholding Allowance Certificates) and proof of work eligibility (I-9) and a Direct Deposit Form before beginning work as an MLC Student Employee.
Q: How do I keep track of the hours I have worked?
A: All hourly campus positions use the computerized WebPunch for clocking in and out of a job. You must have a valid network ID and password to use the Online Time Clock System - this will ensure that you are the only person (other than your supervisor) that has access to your timesheet. Your supervisor will provide a brief training on the system when you are first hired. It is your responsibility to verify your time entry by the specified date each pay period so that your supervisor can approve your time and send to payroll in a timely fashion.
Q: When will I receive my paycheck?
A: Martin Luther College follows a semi-monthly payroll cycle. Paychecks are delivered on the 15th and 30th/31st day of the month. In the event that a payday falls on a weekend or holiday, the payday will be the immediately preceding banking day. Student employees will be paid for time worked on the payday following the pay period. For example, hours reported for the pay period September 15 through September 30 will be paid on the October 15 payday.