When a student finds it necessary to resign or otherwise terminate employment, the student should notify the supervisor or department head as early as possible, but preferably no later than two weeks prior to the last date of work. An exit interview between the employee and the supervisor should take place prior to or on the student's last day of work.
If a student employee has left your position for any reason other than graduation, complete the Student Employment Termination form.
When there is a disagreement between employer and student employee concerning employment, prompt and judicious action is necessary. Accordingly, the time limits outlined below for the processing of grievances are extremely important. The grievance procedure provides for a four-step plan utilizing established administrative levels. All university Harassment Code and Accountability Procedures are applicable.
4-Step Disciplinary Action Procedure
When a student employee's performance does not meet performance standards, the following 4-Step Disciplinary Action Procedure should be followed:
In the case of a flagrant violation of university rules, such as dishonesty, rude or discourteous treatment of the public, or under other mitigating circumstances, the student may be terminated immediately.
Whenever disciplinary actions are taken, it is essential that (1) each problem be investigated thoroughly so that the facts of the situation are known, (2) any action taken be primarily corrective rather than punitive and be appropriate to the offense, and (3) the dignity of the student is respected.
Any student who has been terminated from two on-campus assignments will be reviewed by the On-Campus Employment Coordinator and the Financial Aid Counselor to determine future financial awards. Termination from three (3) on-campus positions will result in the student becoming ineligible for on-campus employment.