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  • Employer FAQs | Student Employment | Vanderbilt University
    pay taxes on the wages that they earn Yes student wages are subject to federal taxes However student employees normally do not have to pay FICA Social Security taxes if a student is enrolled at least part time and is working less than 30 hours each week What should a student do if his her paycheck is lost or stolen Students will need to report this immediately to Student Employment at 615 343 4562 They will contact the Vanderbilt HR Payroll Office who will put a stop payment on the check and will then issue a new check This process usually takes at least five 5 working days What should students do if they think an error was made on their paycheck Employers and students are encouraged to keep records of time worked The administrative assistant responsible for payroll paperwork in their home department should review with the student a copy of their timesheet and paycheck advice If a review of these documents indicates that the student was shorted or overpaid the administrative assistant should contact Student Employment at 615 343 4562 in order to assist the student in resolving the problem Is it possible for a student to work in more than one job at Vanderbilt Students may work more than one job however undergraduates are limited to working a total of 19 hours a week TOTAL for all jobs and graduate professional students are limited to working a total of 29 5 hours a week Students should inform all supervisors that they work more than one job It will be necessary for the hiring department to complete a FWS Action Form and or PAF for each job a student holds Departments should not add their budget center to another departments PAF Working more than one FWS position usually

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/studentemployment/employers/faq.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Job Forms | Student Employment | Vanderbilt University
    Guides Forms e Timesheet Users Guide e Timesheet Approvers Quick Reference Guide Federal Work Study Calculator I 9 Directions and ID Requirements Kronos Application access reference materials training New Employee Information Form now voluntary online via student s C2HR Paycheck Distribution Authorization Form Payroll Correction Request formerly APF Payroll Correction Calculator Personnel Action Form New Hire PAF Personnel Action Form Turnaround PAF Statement of Confidentiality Student Appreciation Template Student Wage

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/studentemployment/employers/forms.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Federal Work Study Program | Office of Student Employment | Vanderbilt University
    employed during the academic year with approximately 20 being FWS positions The Federal Work Study Program FWS is a government subsidized student employment program designed to assist students in financing their post secondary education Federal Work Study is different from other types of part time jobs because your employer only has to pay a percentage of your wages the remaining is paid by FWS How to Get Work Study To be eligible for FWS funds you must demonstrate financial need every year by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA Be sure to request FWS on the FAFSA Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible For questions regarding the eligibility criteria email the Office of Student Financial Aid What kinds of jobs are available Many On Campus Work Study jobs are clerical but there are also many jobs in labs research assistants social science research child care library services housing services as well as food services How much will I be paid All FWS jobs pay at least minimum wage and most pay more depending upon experience and skills Regardless of your hourly wage you cannot earn more than your FWS award amount Please note that FWS students

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/studentemployment/students/federal-work-study.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Deadlines | Student Employment | Vanderbilt University
    For Employers Department Guide Advertise Your Job Opening Hiring Student Workers International Students Timesheet Process Training Student Employees FAQ Forms and or Instructions Apply for FWS C2HR Payroll Deadlines Monthly Deadlines Hourly Paperwork Deadlines Timesheet Deadline Contact Us Home Home Deadlines Deadlines Monthly Deadlines Hourly Paperwork Deadlines Timesheet Deadline GO OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL AID SCHOLARSHIPS 2309 West End Ave Nashville TN 37203 1725 Phone 615 343 4562 Toll free

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/studentemployment/deadlines.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Contact Student Employment | Student Employment | Vanderbilt University
    Financial Aid and Scholarship building behind the Old Gym Undergraduate Admissions building Our office is located on the third floor in Room 325 Hours Monday Friday 8 00 am 4 30 pm By Phone 615 343 4562 By Email StudentEmployment vanderbilt edu By Fax 615 343 8512 Address 2309 West End Avenue Nashville TN Student Employment Staff SE Coordinator Tracey Jackson SE Data Coordinator Lynn Lassiter GO Students looking for

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/studentemployment/contact.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Student Employment | Vanderbilt University
    Employment An I 9 needs to be completed prior strongly preferred or within three days of the hire date If it is not completed within the three days the student will be terminated and unable to work until they have completed the I 9 Process Original documentation is required No copies will be accepted Section 2 of the I 9 is to be completed at HR Express 2525 West End Avenue 2 nd floor They are open Monday Friday 7 30am 5 30pm REMOTE I 9 Did you know that if a student is out of town they can complete the I 9 remotely Email Student Employment for more information Payroll Calendars The payroll calendars have been updated for 2016 till March Please review Advertise 2016 Virtual Fair Keep posting your positions in HireADore Students have been notified about the HireADore Job Fair Hiring FWS To hire rehire or to switch from Institutional to FWS an Federal Work Study Action Form FWSAF needs to be completed FWSAF s need to be requested by emailing Student Employment with the student s legal name December Graduation Study Abroad Students Students who graduated in December or are on Study Abroad for the Spring semester need to be terminated using ePAC or by submitting a PAF Turnaround If you use a blank turnaround please also provide the job code 2016 W 4 s 2016 W 4 s are now available Please discard all 2015 W 4 s as they are no longer accepted A W 4 How to Complete Guide is available on the Student Employment Website under For Students Forms Current Forms are located on our website under For Employers Forms W 4 s need to be turned into Student Employment If it is turned in at HR Express the student may be

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/studentemployment/newsletters/2016_January.php (2016-02-16)
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  • FAQ - Expanded Aid Program | Expanded Aid Program | Office of Financial Aid | Vanderbilt University
    of our entering classes has increased dramatically so too has the percentage of students with financial need While merit scholarships will continue to be awarded need based funding sources provide Vanderbilt with the ability to enroll students with exceptional credentials and financial need Information regarding merit scholarship opportunities at Vanderbilt can be found at www vanderbilt edu scholarships Will the amount of financial assistance I receive each year remain the same While Vanderbilt s costs may increase from year to year if a family s circumstances income assets family size number of family members in college etc remain relatively unchanged students can expect to receive a comparable amount of assistance during the upper class years The earnings expectation may increase slightly as a student progresses through their undergraduate career At times however there are situations that may increase or decrease a family s demonstrated financial need which will affect the overall amount of financial assistance For example a family may experience a decrease in demonstrated need if the number of college students in the household decreases Should the number of college students in the household decrease from two to one the demonstrated need will typically decrease by 40 If a parental change in job results in an increase or decrease in annual income the student s demonstrated need will be impacted If a student s parent loses their job anytime during the academic year then a re evaluation of financial need may be appropriate The parent or student is encouraged to call the financial aid office to discuss their circumstances How is demonstrated financial need determined Eligibility for need based financial assistance is determined by subtracting a family s calculated Expected Family Contribution EFC from Vanderbilt s estimated Cost of Attendance COA The difference is called demonstrated financial need The EFC is determined by using Vanderbilt s institutional methodology that utilizes the data collected on the College Scholarship Service CSS Financial Aid PROFILE Is our family income too high to qualify for need based assistance Financial assistance is more widely available than some families expect Applicants from a range of socio economic backgrounds may be eligible for need based assistance We understand that each family has unique circumstances that warrant consideration for financial assistance There is no specific income that will automatically disqualify a family from receiving need based at Vanderbilt Income is only one consideration when determining eligibility for need based financial aid Other factors include but are not limited to family size number of children in college private elementary and secondary tuition expenses and family assets There is no income cap on eligibility for need based assistance and even families with incomes in excess of 200 000 may qualify for need based assistance For the 2011 2012 year approximately 46 of all Vanderbilt undergraduate students were determined to have financial need and were offered financial assistance Also for the same academic year over 60 of all Vanderbilt undergraduate students receive financial assistance of some kind be it from

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/financialaid/expanded-aid/faq.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Vanderbilt expands financial aid to offer greater access | Expanded Aid Program | Office of Financial Aid | Vanderbilt University
    designed to increase access to a Vanderbilt education across all income levels has already reduced the average overall indebtedness of graduating seniors by 17 percent We enrich Vanderbilt s unique learning community and make it a more dynamic environment for everyone when we open our doors to highly talented and qualified students of all economic cultural and geographical backgrounds Chancellor Nicholas S Zeppos said Provost Richard C McCarty added By eliminating need based loans we also free our students to consider choices about their careers or further study that they might have overlooked because of concern about the pressure of repaying students loans Vanderbilt s policy is to admit students on the basis of their talents and ability rather than their ability to pay The university also commits to fully meeting all students demonstrated financial need A top priority of Vanderbilt s ongoing Shape the Future campaign has been increased scholarship support paving the way for the elimination of need based loans in the financial packages the university offers to all eligible undergraduates The generosity and activism of those who are contributing to this massive need based initiative reaffirm everyone s passion for helping the most academically talented diverse and engaged students said Associate Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions Douglas Christiansen In addition to the significant funding that has already been committed to the debt reduction initiative since its inception the additional dollars that are required to fully replace need based loans come from institutional reallocations and from earnings on an additional 100 million to be raised in new scholarship endowment over the next several years Vanderbilt will specifically seek new philanthropic gifts from alumni and friends for this initiative In determining a student s demonstrated financial need Vanderbilt takes into account each student s individual family circumstances

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/financialaid/expanded-aid/press-release.php (2016-02-16)
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