All students must complete W-4 and I-9 forms before they can be authorized to work. To complete these forms, students should visit the Office of Financial Aid located at 216 Tremont St, 4th floor.
IRS form W-4 is the Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate. This certificate determines how much tax is withheld from an employee’s paycheck each pay period. Please note: the number of allowances claimed on the W-4 is not necessarily the number that will be claimed on your federal tax returns. The “exempt” status is only allowed for one year. Students who claim “exempt” are required to complete a new W-4 at the beginning of the new calendar year. International students cannot claim “exempt” status on the W-4 form.
The Office of Financial Aid cannot provide students with advice regarding their tax exemptions. Students should fully read and understand the form before completing this form on Workday. If you feel you need further advice regarding tax status, we encourage you to consult with a certified public accountant or tax specialist. If you would like to update your electronic W-4 form after it has been completed, please click here for instructions.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services form I-9 is the Employment Eligibility Verification form. This form verifies that you are legally eligible to work in the United States. To determine eligibility to work, students must provide acceptable documentation. Documents presented to complete the I-9 form must be originals. Faxes, photocopies and laminated documents cannot be accepted. If a document submitted as identification requires a signature and is not signed, it will be considered invalid, and the student must provide an alternate form of identification. Students may not use any form of expired identification to establish identity and eligibility. This form must be filled out by the student, online via Workday.
A list of acceptable documentation can be found online.
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