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If you are a student employee at the University of Wyoming we refer you to Section IV of the Employee Hand Book listed below. Student employees can direct complaints to the University of Wyoming Human Resources Office and students who are on Federal College Work Study Employment can direct their complaints to the Work Study Coordinator in the Scholarships & Financial Aid office. If you have a complaint with a non-student employee at the University of Wyoming that is not criminal, discrimination, work place violence or sexual harassment, you can direct those complaints to the University of Wyoming Human Resources office. Any other employee complaints please direct them to Report it! for sexual harassment, work place violence, or discrimination and for criminal complaints please direct those to the University of Wyoming Police Department.
You can also visit the link directly below to the employee handbook for any other questions or issues.
IV. RULES, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GOVERNING STUDENT EMPLOYEES
Student employees as defined here are excluded from the benefits provisions applicable
employees and are not eligible for the privileges and benefits of staff employment, although they are
eligible for such benefits as workers’ compensation and unemployment. A student employee shall be
any person enrolled, as an undergraduate or professional student, full or part-time for at least 6 credit
hours per semester during the academic year or as a graduate student for at least 4.5 credits per
semester during the academic year or 3 credit hours during the summer session or any person with a
graduate assistantship which has been awarded in accordance with procedures established by the
Provost & Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs:
Student employees shall not exceed working 30 hours per week during a pay-period during periods where school is in session. International student employees shall not exceed working over 20 hours per week during a pay-period during periods where school is in session. Student employees may be assigned a work schedule in advance or may work on an as-needed basis and also include those whose expected length of service is less than six months or whose work schedule is intermittent or irregular. Ongoing employment shall be based upon the availability of work, continued funding and/or satisfactory job performance. All non-benefited employees are considered at-will.
General responsibility for implementation and administration of non-benefited employment
rests with Human Resources. Responsibility for implementation and administration of the
Federal College Work-Study Program of Student Employment rests with Student Financial Aid.
Questions relating to student employment (other than work-study) should be directed to
Human Resources. Questions relating to the Work-Study Program should be directed to the
Work-Study Coordinator in the Office of Student Financial Aid.
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