Employee Handbook

   



FWS Employment Responsibilities

Federal Work Study employees are expected to approach their employment in a professional manner. A student who accepts a FWS position is expected to:

1. Complete employment paperwork with the FWS Coordinator prior to working.

2. File all appropriate forms, as required, with the Office of Financial Aid Services.

3. Fill out timecards completely and accurately.

4. Ensure that all timecards are turned in on time.

5. Perform all duties in compliance with departmental policies.

6. Treat all members of the MUSC community and all visitors with courtesy and consideration.

7. Notify your supervisor when you are unable to work as scheduled.

8. Maintain confidentiality when working with all employment related material.

9. Maintain academic standing.

10. Notify your supervisor and the Office of Financial Aid Services prior to terminating employment (in writing).

11. Never work during scheduled class times.

12. Notify your supervisor and the Office of Financial Aid Services prior to starting an out of town rotation. Failure to communicate these dates may cause premature termination of your paperwork from the payroll.

13. Continue to maintain satisfactory academic progress and be enrolled at least half time.