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Student Employment at MSU Denver

Welcome! This portal was designed to help you learn more about the Student Employment Program and the different student employment opportunities at MSU Denver.


Summer Paperwork is Due Tuesday May 1st.
Summer Student Employment Paperwork for ALL Student Employees that will be starting on SM 11-2018 is due to Human Resources in SSB 310, by Tuesday May 1st before 3:00pm.

New Student Employees are not authorized to work until the following conditions have been met:

  • Attending a Student Employment New Hire Orientation (SE-NHO)

    • Sessions are scheduled on the MSU Denver Student Employment Calendar

      • For those who will begin working on:

        • 05/13/18 - Must attend an SE-NHO session no later than 05/15/18

        • 06/01/18 - Must attend an SE-NHO session no later than 06/01/18

  • Passing the University’s Background check

    • Form may be turned in prior to SE-NHO to the HR Front Desk – NO NOT Email or FAX.

  • Completing the I-9 Employment Verification process

 Required Items - Bring ALL to SE-NHO

  • New Hire Packet

    • International Student Employees ( Additional Packet)

  • Continuing Employment Packet Plus:

    • Class Registration - Student Detail Schedule Printout from Student Hub or SFAREGQ/SFAREGS Banner printout

      • Enrolled in 6 credits or more – Summer schedule is required.

      • Enrolled in 1-5 credits  – Summer & Fall schedules required.

      • Not enrolled for summer – Fall schedule is required.

      • Graduate Students – Summer schedule is required.

      • Student’s Graduating Spring 2018  – may work one semester after graduation

        • International students cannot work past graduation unless they have obtained work authorization from the Federal Government for Optional Practical Training.

      • International Students – Student employees, who are not enrolled in the summer semester, must be enroll full-time (12 credits) in the fall semester

    • Work Study Award –Award History or Aid-by-Year-Overview Printout from Student Hub or RPAAWRD Banner printout

      • Must be enrolled for 6 credits to be eligible


Process for Pay Increases
In addition to the SEF the following supporting documents must be provided for all pay increases  -
Levels 1 & 2
  • Student Employee Performance Evaluation

Levels 3 & 4
  • Same as Levels 1 & 2 plus

  • An updated position description

  • One letter of justification/ recommendation from the supervisor.

Level 5
  • Same as Levels 3 & 4, plus

  • The possibility of additional justification to be requested.

The Student Employment Compensation Matrix can be accessed here: Student Employment Compensation Matrix and on the HR Website.   


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Contact Information

Human Resources

Main Line: 303.615.0999


Student Employment: 


Payroll Services 

Main Line: 303.615.0039



Financial Aid and Scholarships

Main Line: 303.556.8593



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