Student Employment Center

Coronavirus Update: Modified Schedule for Spring Semester 2020

In response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), BW has extended remote instruction for the remainder of spring semester through May 8, 2020.

  • Federal Work-Study students: The Government Office of Student Federal Aid is providing an allowance for institutions like BW to continue to pay existing Federal Work-Study students through the remote instruction period ending May 8, 2020. Students will be paid based on an average hours estimate from previous weeks established by their supervisor until they return to campus.
  • Non-Federal Work-Study students (all other student employees): Student eligibility to work is at the discretion of the supervisor. Eligible students who can commute to campus for work may do so through the remainder of the spring semester and will continue to be paid accordingly. If students are unable to work because they do not have local access to campus or any other reason, they are excused from their work and will not be paid. Student workers can find guidance and apply for unemployment.

Campus-Wide Coronavirus Updates

View the latest campus-wide updates from BW concerning Novel Coronavirus/COVID-19.

Contact

(440) 826-3177, (440) 826-3564 (fax), secmail@bw.edu

Campus Location

Bonds Hall
275 Eastland Rd.
Berea, OH 44017-2088

Office Hours

Academic Year: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Summer: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Student Employment Opportunities

Career Services posts all work-study and non-work-study positions. Students can access job postings from the MyBW Student Employment Center info site.

Students will receive an email from career services with their login credentials for BW Career Network the week after they attend orientation. 

Students seeking on-campus employment, federal work study and non-federal work study are required to complete new-hire paperwork before they can begin working on campus. The required forms can be found below. All forms must be completed and turned into the student employment center to be eligible to work. 

**Please note: Students will be required to provide their original forms of identification (see list of acceptable documents, above) in order to complete the federal I-9 form. No student can work until this form has been completed in person with a student employment office representative. 

Student Eligibility for Employment

Federal work-study is a funded Title IV program. As such, the purpose of the program is to provide part-time employment opportunities for full-time undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need in order to assist them in their pursuit of a college education. In addition, student employment can provide an opportunity to learn time and money management, develop and refine skills and pursue future career interests.

W-2 and Paycheck Stubs

Student employees access their W-2 forms and paystubs online at ADP iPay.​