NYU has a wide array of on-campus jobs available, such as: office assistants, photo imaging technicians, IT techs, phone surveyors, housing resource center assistants, tutors, newspaper reporters, medical assistants, gym personnel, sales assistant and more.
NYU CareerNet is a great resource for searching for student employment. We encourage all students interested in working on-campus to also call, email, or visit NYU employers of interest to inquire about opportunities.
Please complete the steps below once you are hired.
Returning Student Employees
- If you have worked at NYU as a student employee before and have an I-9 on file with the NYU Wasserman Center
- If you worked as a student employee at the Tandon School of Engineering on or after January 1, 2013
Submit the Reappointment Form on Albert (select "Wasserman On-Campus Student Employment Registration" at the bottom-right of the screen).
- Students who are U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents who submit a Reappointment Form will be electronically approved within 1-3 business days. If necessary, students can get immediate approval by visiting the Wasserman Center in person.
- Returning international student employees must visit the Wasserman Center to show documentation. (Acceptable documents include an I-20, DS-2019, or Employment Authorization card.)
- Students who are being reappointed to not need to re-complete an I-9, W4 or direct deposit.
New Student Employees
- If this is your first time working on-campus as an NYU student employee
- If you worked as a student employee at the Tandon School of Engineering on or before 12/31/2012
You need to complete the Initial Appointment Form on Albert (select "Wasserman On-Campus Student Employment Registration" at the bottom-right of the screen).
Complete I-9, W4, and direct deposit through PeopleSync, NYU’s system for Human Resources, Payroll, and Benefits.
- Undergraduate students will receive an email from PeopleSync within 24 hours of submitting the Initial Appointment Form with instructions on how to complete the I-9, W-4 and direct deposit forms.
- If you do not receive the email within 24 hours, log in to PeopleSync to complete your I-9, W-4 and direct deposit forms, which will be available in your inbox or by searching for the form name in the search bar.
- Graduate students will not receive an email and should log in to PeopleSync directly to complete the I-9, W-4 and direct deposit forms.
- International students only need to complete the I-9 and direct deposit forms on PeopleSync. (An NYU Glacier account will be prepared for you to complete the W-4 and other tax documents.)
Bring Required Documents (below) to the Wasserman Center for I-9 verification within three business days of your start date. By law, the Wasserman Center is required to see original, signed, unexpired documents in person when completing our portion of the I-9. We cannot accept copies, pictures, or faxes under any circumstances.
- U.S Citizens and Permanent Residents
- International Students
- International students who do not have a Social Security number must apply for a card through the Office of Global Services and provide a receipt of application when visiting the Wasserman Center to complete their I-9.
For students who are 25 and under, NY State requires that one document during I-9 processing indicates the student’s date of birth for proof of age. Documents that include the date of birth include the U.S Passport, Permanent Resident Card, Driver’s License, and Birth Certificate.
New York Wage Theft Prevention Act
Effective 4/9/11, the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act amends and strengthens Section 195 of the Labor Law. Upon hire, all student employees will receive and sign a notice from the NYU hiring department. This notice will include employer information, the employee's rate of pay, frequency of pay, and overtime pay rate.