Resources for Student Workers

Student Work Coordinator

Students may contact the student work coordinator for:

  • Assistance finding an on-campus job
  • Work-study information 
  • Disability-related work accommodations
  • Guidance regarding workplace issues 
  • General questions about on-campus student work  

How do I contact the student work coordinator?

See contact info on the right. You can connect with the student work coordinator via email, phone, or booking an appointment. Appointments are currently held via Zoom or phone. 

Student Worker Handbook (PDF)

The Student Worker Handbook includes resources, policies, responsibilities, and payroll information for student workers. 

Student Payroll - website

Student payroll is administered by Dawn Derry in the business office. For assistance with the following, contact Dawn Derry, Payroll Specialist at 503-777-7549 or payroll@reed.edu

  • Questions about a paycheck
  • Setting up direct deposit
  • Setting up tax withholding
  • Submitting required tax forms
  • Questions about time card submission
  • Requests for GPS pin resets

Disability-Related Accommodations

Student workers seeking an accommodation for student work related to a disability can begin the process by setting up a meeting with the student work coordinator by emailing studentwork@reed.edu or calling 503-517-4847. Please note that disability-related accommodations for on-campus work are separate from academic or housing accommodations through Disability & Accessibility Resources (DAR).

Resources

Student Worker Basics Video - Basic introduction to having an on-campus job at Reed

How to Handle Conflict and Find Support - Resources for conflict in the workplace

Leaving your On-Campus Job - Guidance and support for students considering leaving their student position

Identity-Based Career Resources - Career & job resources for Reedies with disabilities, LGBT+ Reedies, Low-SES and First-Generation Reedies, and Reedies of Color

Reedies to Reedies - Resources surrounding stereotype threat and imposter syndrome