Welcome to Luther Seminary Student Employment! Thank you for your interest in a seminary student position.
- Must currently be enrolled as a student at Luther Seminary*
- Must be able to provide proper documentation proving the ability to work in the United States
- Must remain in academic “good standing,” being able to manage work and rigorous study
* Leave of Absence/Withdrawal: Students on an official leave of absence or withdrawal from the seminary are not eligible to work in an on-campus student employment position.
* Grace period for graduates: Due to employment classifications, students are strongly discouraged from working as a “student worker” after they’ve graduated from Luther Seminary. A student worker’s last day of employment should be no later than 90 days from the last day of the student’s final academic term. International students must comply with federal regulations and should consult the Office of International Student and Scholar Affairs for guidance.
Applying for student employment at Luther is fast and easy when utilizing our online application. First, review open positions. Next, fill out and submit the online application form. Your application will then be forwarded to the hiring manager for your selected position.
For further information on becoming a student employee, please see the Helpful Documents section below for additional reference material.
Remember: It’s always a good idea to update your resume and update your references before applying for employment.
Once student employment has been secured, there are certain restrictions to the allowable number of hours a student can work in a given pay period. These guidelines ensure all students remain in compliance with federal law and the Student Handbook.
No student can work more than 20 hours per week (Sunday to Saturday) during the academic year. Beginning Commencement day through the Saturday before Labor Day, students may work up to 25 hours per week.
- International students must ensure they remain in compliance with any work restrictions stipulated in their visa. For example: international students on an F-1 visa cannot work more than 20 hours per week during the academic year.
Information and resources
Some job opportunities on campus require a clear Background Check to be on file before a student is eligible to apply. These positions will clearly denote the need for a Background Check within the job posting under Job Requirements. Please ensure you have a Background Check on file before applying. If you are unsure whether or not you have a Background Check on file, please go to the “My Degree” tab on MyLutherNet and click “View My Non-Degree Requirements.”
All student positions require you to sign additional confidentiality agreements.
- FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act): Everyone who comes into contact with educational records must protect the privacy of those records, maintaining compliance with federal law.
- Becoming a Student Worker
A presentation to prepare you for the student employment recruitment process.
- WebPay Employee User Guide
Helps you navigate the WebPay system for tracking your hours worked.
Have a question that isn’t answered on the website? Please feel free to contact Student Employment at firstname.lastname@example.org.