Student Employment


Students are NOT allowed to work remotely from a foreign country or another state.

If you have never worked on campus before or have questions, please contact Susan Busta at for further instructions.

Regular Payroll Authorizations should be emailed to Financial Aid and Susan Busta. These forms still need to be checked by FA before they can be processed:

BSU strives to offer students a variety of employment opportunities that develop relevant skills, provide a reliable source of income, and has flexibility to accommodate the student’s course and extra-curricular schedules.


To be eligible to work on campus, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits during the academic year.  If you drop below 6 credits, your employment will be terminated.  Non-matriculated students, such as PSEO students, are not eligible to work on campus.  To work over the semester break or the summer, you must verify that you are enrolled for the following semester.

For more information on the eligibility for student employment, please visit the student Eligibility Requirements for Employment page.

Directions for Finding Employment on Campus

The primary responsibility for locating a work on campus rests with the student. You are encouraged to click on current student job openings to find out how to locate on-campus employment.

  • If you have never worked on campus before you will need to bring the following original items up to Deputy 202 during business hours, Monday to Friday: 7:30am- 3:00pm, to complete employment paperwork:
    • US Citizens:
      • Social Security Card or Birth Certificate AND current photo ID (Driver’s License or BSU/NTC ID). OR current Passport or Passport Card.
        • Birth Certificate can be a certified copy.
    • International students:
      • I20, I94, current Passport and Social Security Card.
      • If you do not have a Social Security Card; please stop at the Student Employment office in Deputy 202.


This paperwork needs to be completed before you can begin working.

Wage Scale

As you work more hours, your wage will increase based on the following scale:

Hours Worked Wage Rate
000-750 $10.50
751-1000 $11.00
1001+ $11.50

Students are paid based on the same wage scale regardless of where they work on campus or whether they are working as regular payroll, work study, or over the summer.

Important Dates

BSU 2020 Summer Employment runs 5/11/2020 through 8/18/2020

NTC 2020 Summer Employment runs 5/18/2020 through 8/18/2020

BSU 2020-2021 Employment runs 8/19/2020 through 5/7/2021

NTC 2020-2021 Employment runs 8/19/2020 through 5/11/2021


Susan Busta| | 218.755.2850 | Deputy 202