► Are you a New Student to the Work-Study Program?
► If you are a Continuing Work-Study Student who worked through the program last year or within the last three years without a break in employment, read the details below.
Work-Study Video: Related links
Find your School's Financial Aid Office: sfs.columbia.edu/financial-aid-offices
Work-Study Information and Tasks: sfs.columbia.edu/work-study
See the Required Forms: sfs.columbia.edu/work-study-forms
Documents for I-9 Form: www.uscis.gov/i-9-central
Sign up for Direct Deposit: my.columbia.edu
Get Answers to Questions: askus.columbia.edu
If you haven’t already, sign up for payroll direct deposit (not to be confused with SSOL refunds direct deposit). You will be able to do this only after you have been hired and approved in PeopleSoft, which is usually a week after your online job has been approved.
Sign up for Direct Deposit by following these steps:
- Follow instructions.
- Click on Columbia UNI to log in using your UNI and password.
- Click on the Faculty & Staff tab at the top of the page.
- Scroll down to the blue bar titled "Faculty & Staff Self Service" and click on "View Your Direct Deposit Information."
- Simply click on the yellow "Add Account" box and you will then be able to add your bank information.
If you worked through the Work-Study Program last year or within the last three years without a break in employment:
- The only form you need to complete is the New York State Labor Law 195 form, which is available from your employer if you are working on campus and from the Work-Study Office if working off-campus.
- Continuing students who worked last year will have the same tax status from the previous year.
- If you would like to change your previous tax status, please complete a new W-4. Click on "Login Now" and then enter your UNI and password. Under "Self Service," click on "View Your Tax Information" and make the desired changes.
- To change the information on the State/City tax form, complete a new State/City tax form.
Visit the Ask Us webpage to find answers to the most frequently asked questions or to ask your own questions.