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On the first day of employment, NEW student employees should report to the Office of Student Employment to complete the I-9 form. The hiring employer will provide the student with a copy of the placement form. The student should bring the placement form and his/her verifying documents to the Office of Student Financial Aid in person to complete the I-9 form. Students who do not complete the I-9 form on the first day of employment are not authorized to work on campus. Note: the I-9 form only needs to be completed once unless the student has left the university or stopped working for one year or more. If there is a break in student status or employment of one year or more, then the student is required to complete a new I9 before working on campus again.

Important note: Federal law mandates that we view original documents (i.e., U.S. Passport, Social Security card, driver’s license). Therefore, copies or faxes of documents are not acceptable. Please be sure to check the last page of the I-9 form for a list of acceptable documents. If an item from list A is selected, then only one item is needed. However, if an item from list B is selected, then an item from list C is also needed.

International students will need the following items to complete their I9 form with the Office of Student Employment:

  • Unexpired passport
  • I-94 card
  • I-20 form
  • Confirmation Letter from the Office of International Education
  • Job Placement form from the hiring employer

Click here to download your I-9 Form. (We recommend using Internet Explorer to view the I-9 form)

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The Marquette University Student Employment Services is one of the units within the Office of Student Financial Aid and has the following responsibilities:

  • Help students secure employment for the purpose of offsetting educational expenses.
  • Help students obtain career related and practical work experience.
  • List (through JobConnection) of on and off campus job vacancies.
  • Ensure university-wide compliance with student employment policies and procedures, and to recommend and implement revisions.
  • Recommend and implement procedures for compliance with federal, state, and university regulations regarding student employment, Federal Work Study, and/or the Job Location and Development programs.
  • Help student employees understand their responsibilities and commitment to their jobs and their employer.

Contact Student Employment Services