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Completion of this application is required for students wishing to be considered for both work study and student employment. Applications remain on file for one semester only and are evaluated on the basis of:
Work study and students who have worked at Murphy Library are given priority in the application process. If you think you may be eligible for work study, please go to the Financial Aid Office, Graff Main Hall. We receive many applications and are unable to update each applicant on the status of their application. If you have questions, you may contact us at (608) 785-8520.
The application is a one-page document. You will need to have word processing software and email access in order to successfully submit your application. Incomplete forms will not be eligible for employment. Paper copies are no longer accepted.
Be sure to note where you saved your application as you will need to attach this file to the email when you send the document to the library.
Step 2: Email employment application form
If any information on the application changes, you must submit an update. To file an updated application, make changes to the form you saved in your word processing file. Please note that information has to be complete as it REPLACES the original application on file.
List of Acceptable Forms to Verify Employment Eligibility
Email: Use our Ask-a-Librarian form
Visit: Check the reference desk hours
As a pilot project, Room 12, in the library basement, has been converted to a silent
study room. Many students ask for an environment even quieter than the library’s designated quiet
areas, so this room is intended to answer that need.
For more information on this space please see our blog. We look forward to learning how this room fulfills its intended
purpose. Please let us know how it is working for you. Send feedback on this space to
To provide more computers during the busy period at the end of the semester, the library is opening
an additional room with computers. Room 30, a computer classroom in the basement of the library,
will open during regular library hours starting December 1, 2013. Students will be able to use the desktop
computers in that room individually or in groups.
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