International students are allowed to work on-campus with the approval of the Office of International Students and Scholars. All students must check with OISS before applying for on-campus employment. Students are not allowed to work off-campus without proper work authorization.
No, international students do not qualify for Federal Work Study, the Federal Work study program is funded by the Department of Education and is only available to U.S. citizens.
Yes, International students can apply for on-campus jobs without a SSN as long as they have been approved to work by Tulane University Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS).
Yes, international students may work and be paid for 90 days while they are waiting for their SSN to be issued. Visit the OISS website for next steps on how to apply for your SSN.
Once students receive the Social Security card, they MUST update their profile in GLACIER with the SSN, and email a scan of your SSN card, TUID number from your Tulane email address to Payroll@tulane.edu. The I-9 process is not complete until the SSN is updated. If your country of tax residence or citizenship currently has a tax treaty, in effect, with the United States, your eligibility to the tax treaty benefits will only be considered if you have a valid SSN or ITIN, and you have submitted the required forms and documents. Contact the International Tax Office with any questions on Glaicer.
Contact the International Tax Office at email@example.com with your Full Name, TUID number, and Tulane Email address to request GLACIER access.
Yes, all international students must pay some U.S. taxes, but nonresident aliens are typically exempted from paying Social security and Medicare taxes. Special U.S. tax regulations and rules apply to all international students.
Students on F-1 visas may not work more than a total of 20 hours/week regardless of the number of positions held during academic periods.
International students are allowed to work two non-work study jobs.