BYU–Hawaii and PCC Co-Employment
All BYU–Hawaii students are eligible for co-employment between BYU–Hawaii and PCC. All co-employment work hours must not exceed 19 hours during a semester between both jobs, which includes the first week and last week of the semester. During Summer or semester breaks students must not exceed the 40/40/40/19 work schedule between both jobs. It is the responsibility of the students to keep track of their hours and guarantee that they do not exceed the work hours limit. Students will need to complete the BYU–Hawaii and PCC Co-Employment Clearance Form.
If you are currently employed at either BYUH or PCC, please login to Workday to apply for jobs. If you do not have a job on campus or at PCC then you will need to apply for jobs through our job board and will be required to create a candidate account.
All actively enrolled students, both domestic and international, that are employed on-campus may work up to 19 hours per week even if the start or end of the semester falls midweek. Students cannot work more than 19 hours a week.
The one-week break between semesters
All actively enrolled students, both domestic and international, may work up to 40 hours during the one-week break between semesters.
Summer employment is contingent upon active enrollment in spring and fall semesters. During the 9-week break, student employees may work up to 40 hours per week, with the exception of the fourth week, which must be 19 hours.
Approved Semester Leave
Students on an approved semester leave may work up to 40 hours per week for three consecutive weeks but must decrease to 19 hours on the fourth week. Domestic students on approved semester leave are subject to FICA.
Please note that students must apply and be approved for semester leave in order to continue employment in their student positions. To apply for semester leave, students must meet with their academic advisor or visit the Office of the Registrar to complete the required form.
New and Returning Students
New and returning students may begin working three weeks prior to the start of the semester they are admitted.
FICA (Social Security and Medicare taxes)
To qualify for FICA exemption, domestic students must be enrolled in six credits during Fall, Winter and Spring semesters. All international students are FICA exempt. They must be enrolled in school full-time.
Domestic students who are enrolled in less than six credits, are on an approved semester leave, or working through the nine-week summer break are subject to FICA taxes.