Human Resources (HR) is located in Main Hall and is responsible for Student Employment. HR helps students connect with job opportunities. Student employment can be very competitive, so we encourage students to be flexible. Student Employment not only provides income, but it also helps students learn time-management skills, teamwork, work ethic, and helps students develop their resume.
Students who require a disability accommodation to participate in the selection process or to complete the application are encouraged to contact the Director of Human Resources at (434) 947-8114.
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Federal Work Study (FWS): FWS is federally subsidized work program that encourages the part-time employment of students who need income while attending college. At Randolph, students who qualify for FWS through the financial aid process are given first priority to open positions.
International Students: There are some restrictions on international students ability to work in the United States. International students with an F-1 Visa are permitted to work 20 hours per week or less while classes are in session. There are no exceptions per the Department of Homeland Security while classes are in session for students with a F-1 Visa.
Pay: Payday is on the 25th of the month unless the 25th falls on a weekend or holiday, in which case it is the weekday before.
Timesheet Submittal: Log onto the portal and click on the “Pay & Benefits” tab and then “Calendar/Timesheet“. Be certain you are entering time for the correct month. Click on the date worked and enter hours worked. Once time has been recorded for the entire month, click “submit” and choose the supervisor. NOTE: Students working for Aramark Dining Services will not submit hours via the portal.
Timesheets must be submitted to your supervisor by the 10th of the following month. Supervisors have until the 15th of the month to approve. Late timesheets will be processed with the following month’s payroll.
Randolph College is a private liberal arts college in Lynchburg, Virginia attracting students from Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and beyond. We provide a rigorous academic program that features small classes with top-ranked professors and hands-on, experiential learning.