Student Employment Forms & Resources
This page provides useful and frequently requested forms and resources that relate to the work-study program at CCA.
- Payroll dates (2013-2014)
- Student employment program handbook (supervisors)
- Student employment program handbook (students)
- Current CCA Wage Scale
All forms (PDFs) can be completed on-screen. Required forms for each student employee type are included within the Student Employee Packets, listed below.
Students and supervisors must complete these forms together on or before the first day of employment. Supervisors are required to submit forms to the San Francisco Financial Aid Office within the first week of the student's employment.
- Continuing CCA student employee packet
- New CCA student employee packet (for first-time student employees at CCA)
- Student employment application (if required)
Please Note: Graduate students hired for teaching assistant positions must fill out separate forms with the program for which they are hired. These forms are not processed by the Financial Aid Office.
Please note: You must complete the time sheet using Microsoft Excel. This will ensure accurate math and legibility. The Business Office (payroll) no longer accepts handwritten time sheets.
You can have your paychecks deposited directly into your checking or savings account. Upon submission of the Employee Direct Deposit form, it takes one payroll cycle to set up direct deposit with your bank.
Direct deposit forms can also be obtained at either the Human Resources Office in Oakland or the Payroll Office in San Francisco.
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