Student Resources

Federal work-study

Many undergraduate students have an academic year work component as part of their financial aid package, referred to as Federal Work-Study or Campus Employment. More information can be found on the Financial Aid website

Student Hourly Wages

Student Hourly Wages

international students
  1. Find a job! All available student employment opportunities are accessible in Workday. Go to [email protected] Select "Workday Access" and log in using your Brown username and password. Once you are logged in, in the Workday search bar, type Find Student Jobs.
  2. Complete your I-9 Form at the HR Service Center in Page-Robinson Hall, room 213. The I-9 Form is a legal document and is a requirement. Students must complete this form before they start working. Refer to the List of Acceptable Documents for guidance on the types of documents required to complete your I-9 Form. Visit the HR Service Center web site for additional information. Once hired by a department, you will also need to:
  3. Apply for a Social Security card. Follow the steps for Applying for a Social Security Card described on the OISSS web site. Having a social security card and number are required if you work in the United States. Carefully review and follow all of the instruction on the OISSS web site.
  4. Submit your information into the Foreign National Information System (FNIS).
  5. Open up a Bank Account for your paycheck to be deposited. (In the Fall, look for Banking Fair information as part of the orientation program.)
  6. Sign up for Direct Deposit so your paycheck can be deposited into your bank account without delay. 

International Student Checklist

frequently asked questions

I am a student at Brown University currently working outside the U.S. Does this process apply to me as I am not an international student, but a legal permanent resident/green card holder?
This process only applies to international students who are non-resident aliens working outside the United States. Students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or resident aliens can remain on payroll.

If I am a U.S. citizen do I need to fill out these forms?
If you are a U.S. citizen, this process does not apply to you. This process only applies to international students who are non-resident aliens working outside the United States. Students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or resident aliens can remain on payroll.

Does this still apply to me if I worked during the summer and am not working now?
If you are not currently working a student job, this process does not apply to you. If you were to be hired or re-hired and you are a non-resident alien working outside of the United States, then this process would apply to you.
 

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