All Student Employees...
…that are graduating, transferring or otherwise not attending Yavapai College cannot work past the last day of the last semester attended at YC.
…may work a maximum of 25 hours per week while attending classes and 40 hours a week when not attending classes (e.g. summer semester, break periods), with exception to international students. Student employees with multiple student classified positions must not exceed hours with all positions combined.
…that are employed both in a student classified position and regular part time classified position at Yavapai College cannot work more than 19.75 hours a week between both positions, more than 19 weeks of the fiscal year.
… must be paid in accordance with federal, state, or local laws. The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, prohibits employers (including schools) from accepting voluntary services from any paid employee.
…are not entitled to holiday pay or vacation, sick leave, overtime pay or health insurance benefits.
…who work an 8-hour day will generally receive a one hour, unpaid lunch break around the middle of the employee’s scheduled work day but in all cases should receive a minimum one half hour unpaid break. The supervisor has discretion for authorizing short paid breaks, consistent with work schedule and requirements.
…positions are FICA exempt, and therefore wages earned are not eligible for unemployment compensation benefits.
In Addition, FWS Students...
…working during the summer break period must have a complete (and verified if needed) FAFSA for both the current aid year and upcoming aid year. The FAFSA for the upcoming aid year must be complete by June 1st of the current calendar year to be considered for employment passed June 30th of the current calendar year.
…FWS award eligibility may be reduced if there is an increase in another form of aid such as scholarships, grants, and/or need-based loans or has a change in residency or funding status.