• Undergraduate students must be registered for a minimum of 6 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0. Graduate students must be registered for 5 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Audited courses do not count towards eligibility.
• Students not enrolled in the summer term may work during the summer term if they were enrolled for the minimum number of credits the previous spring semester or are enrolled for the minimum number of credits for the following fall semester.
• Student employees are not allowed to work during their scheduled class sessions.
Food and Drink Policy
Student assistants are expected to adhere to the University Libraries Food and Drink Policy. Individual departments within the Libraries may require more specific policies and procedures based on the work students perform so as not to risk damage to library materials.
There is a staff break room 1125 on the first floor of the Lied Library. You are welcome to use it on your break.
Student assistants are expected to dress appropriately for employment. Individual departments within the Libraries may require more specific policies and procedures based on the work students perform. For example, student assistants who handle heavy books may be asked to wear shoes that protect their feet in the event of a heavy book dropping.
All student assistants are covered by worker's compensation insurance. If a work related injury occurs, the student employee must be referred to an approved health care provider. All injuries, no matter how minor, must be reported to their supervisor and/or Safety and Loss Prevention office within 24 hours of the incident. If you experience a work-related injury/illness report it to your supervisor for further instructions.