According to the policy established by Seattle University, student employees may work no more than 20 hours per week while school is in session.
During scheduled periods of non-enrollment (winter and spring breaks) students may work up to 40 hours per week. During the summer term, students may work 40 hours per week provided they're enrolled less than half-time. Undergraduate students enrolled for 6 credits or more and graduate students enrolled for 3 credits or more continue to fall under the 21 hours per week maximum while enrolled in summer term courses.
Students who are enrolled less than half-time (5 credits or less as undergraduate students; 2 credits or less as graduate students) during fall, winter and/or spring quarters are considered temporary employees rather than student employees. Students in this category must complete all hire paperwork with the Human Resources Office in the Rianna Building at 718 - 12th Avenue (between Columbia and Cherry). As temporary employees, at their supervisor's discretion, students may work up to 40 hours per week.
Additional on-campus student employment policies and procedures can be found in the Supervisor's Guide for Student Employment.