- F-1 students are permitted to work on-campus.
- On-campus work is not required to relate to your major or program.
- Students may find a job by attending the on-campus job fairs and consulting the CSP Employment Opportunities job board. All on-campus jobs are posted under "Student Employment".
- Students must observe HR limits for the number of hours worked per week (19 hours during semester, 29 hours during breaks).
- Undergraduate students may work over 19 hours in summer as this is considered a vacation term.
- Graduate students cannot work over 19 hours in summer as this is a required term.
- Both undergraduate and graduate students can work over 19 hours when classes are not in session during breaks between semesters.
- To request a Social Security Number, you must have a paid employment offer.
- If you get an on-campus job and need a letter for the Social Security Administration (SSA) office, please place a letter request in the ISS Portal by clicking on the Letter Request Form.
- After receiving the Social Security Card in the mail, students will follow up with the Human Resources department to finalize employment hiring paperwork.
- Students are not authorized to continue working after the last day of classes in their graduation semester according to F-1 regulations.
- Students enrolling in a new program of study in the next term may continue working until starting the new program according to F-1 regulations.