Student employment is supervised by Student Financial Services. We highly recommend campus employment for two reasons.
There are two types of student employment at Southeast: Federal Work Study and Regular Institutional Work. Federal Work Study is a federally funded program established to provide jobs for students who have financial need as demonstrated by their completion of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students may be limited in earnings for this program. Students on Federal Work Study have two advantages over our Regular Institutional Work students.
Disclosing a civil conviction or disciplinary action on the Student Employment Referral Authorization (Work Referral) form will not automatically prevent employment. Students may be hired, commence employment and receive payment for work during the review of this information by the University's Coordinator of Student Development and Judicial Affairs.
The Judicial Affairs Coordinator will determine if the disclosed information may affect eligibility to work on campus, location of employment or attendance at the University. The coordinator will notify all appropriate parties regarding the outcome of this review. For questions regarding this review, contact the Judicial Affairs Office at (573) 651-2264.
Information regarding civil convictions or college discipline is currently collected on the admissions application and will continue to be collected for students applying to the University. However, the University must collect this information on a more regular basis in order to have the most current information available on students seeking employment on campus.