As an F-1 visa student, you are allowed to work on the Seattle University campus up to 20 hours per week while school is in session, and 40 hours per week during the summer (or annual vacation quarter). You will need to make sure that you complete a full-time course load each quarter, in addition to your employment. To find information about on-campus jobs, contact offices directly that you would like to work at, or check on the web via SU Online or the Redhawk Network (http://webapps.seattleu.edu/redhawknetwork). The priority for many on-campus jobs goes to "work-study"" students. Work-study students are American students who are receiving a financial aid package from the government that requires them to work on campus. International students are not eligible for work-study. If you see a work-study job advertised for at least two weeks, you can call to ask if they would consider hiring someone who is not on work-study. Some offices may only be able to hire work-study students, while others may have a budget for hiring non-work-study students. Working on campus does not require getting any written permission from the International Student Center (ISC) or immigration, and you can start working as soon as you begin your studies at Seattle University. Remember, you cannot get paid until you apply/receive a social security number.