INTEREST MEETING FOR PEER ACADEMIC COACHING | MAY 11
The Office of Student Success will host an interest meeting for students interested in applying to become a peer academic coach.
PACs provide mentorship and support for incoming freshmen as well as transfer and commuter students.
The interest meeting will be held May 11 at 11 a.m.
A note regarding the Covid-19 pandemic:
Students can still pursue on campus remote employment opportunities through the student employment job portal below.
Please ensure that you are practicing social distancing and following DSU’s testing policy if you are not working remotely.
Each year, over 500 undergraduate and graduate students work on campus. Employment opportunities are available across a wide variety of departments, and you may browse open positions using the link below. Both aid and non-aid students are able to be employed by the University and are paid on a bi-weekly basis.
STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO WORK until final approval from payroll. The approval process can take 2-4 weeks for processing and must go through an approval process before the students can work.
Students must review DSU’s student employment disclaimers in Job-X before applying for jobs and must take care of employment documentation prior to working through the onboarding process.
All students must complete the Student Employment Orientation on Blackboard, I9, and W4 at least one time during their on-campus employment.
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