Students who are being paid hourly are paid for hours worked only. Lunch time, breaks, sick days, holidays, and snow days are not to be counted as hours worked. Timesheets must accurately reflect the hours worked, and all breaks taken.

Falsifying a timesheet is a serious offense. Fraudulent reporting of hours worked is considered gross misconduct and will result in immediate termination. You may also lose your financial aid, and you will be referred to the Office of the Dean of Students for potential further disciplinary action, up to and including expulsion from the University.

Holidays may necessitate early timesheet deadlines. If hours estimated in advance do not accurately reflect actual hours worked, the student should consult his or her supervisor about making the appropriate adjustment for the next payroll cycle.

Students receiving a weekly stipend amount will not need to input hours on a timesheet, but should confirm the hours per week with their supervisor.

A student eligible to receive earned sick time should contact his or her departmental supervisor for processing this payment.