Looking to Work on Campus?
You must first complete and submit an employment application indicating your areas of interest. The application can be found on the MyBC portal. Once received, the applications are reviewed to determine which students are eligible for the Federal Work‑Study Program. Eligible students will be placed in open positions first. Although preference is given to eligible students, there are still numerous positions available for students who are not eligible. Students are notified of their placement by correspondence to their BC email address.
For more information, please download a copy of the Student Employment Guide.
Steps to Becoming Employed on Campus
Students will need to do the following to be placed in a job and before they can begin working on campus.
To be employed on campus you must complete the following forms:
- Application for Student Employment
Federal I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form
(Required for students that have not worked on campus before.)
To complete the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form, you must present original documents that verify both identity and employment eligibility as required by law in accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1976. A list of acceptable documents is listed on the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form, which is available for download on the Student Employment page. You may present one item from List A or one item from List B and from List C. Photocopies will not be accepted.
- Federal W-4 Tax Form
- State VA-4 Tax Form
- Direct Deposit Form
Students cannot work and will not be paid for hours worked prior to the completion of all of the above listed paperwork.
Federal work-study students will receive priority in job placements. The remaining jobs will be available for non-federal work-study students to apply.