The employment process for new and returning student workers will be conducted in the Office of Human Resources located on the first floor of the Verman Kimbrough Building.
1. Supervisors begin the process by completing a Personnel Action Form (attached) for each new or returning student worker.
2. Students will then take the Personnel Action Form with job description (or copy of College Central posting) attached to Human Resources for approval.
3. In most cases, returning student workers will be able to receive Human Resources approval on their Personnel Action Forms immediately and be able to return the approved copy to you the same day so they can start working. Students who have not worked on campus previously will be required to complete new hire paperwork prior to beginning work. Important: Students may not begin work until they have returned to you a copy of the Personnel Action Form that has been approved by Human Resources.
4. Please help us to make the process smoother for new student workers by reminding them that they will need to bring identifying documents with them to complete the I-9 Form required by the U.S. Government. A copy of the list of acceptable documents is attached for your reference.
For more information about the student worker employment process and the forms needed, please visit the Student Employment link on the Human Resources website.
Please notify Lindsay Van Nostrand
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a student worker who
will no longer be working for you so our database can be updated.
Ringling College Campus Community:
As you may know, this weekend begins New Student Orientation week at Ringling (August 18-26, 2018). We will be welcoming many new students, parents, and families to our campus during this time. As such, I would like to ask for your support and assistance in making this process as smooth as possible. Several parking lots and street parking will be closed during this time as well. Starting Tuesday, August 21st at 4:30 p.m. until Thursday, August 23rd at 7:00 a.m., Public Safety will be closing/coning-off the following locations for Resident Student Move-In Day:
Faculty/Staff can park in all parking lots on the south end of campus and the parking lots by the campus bookstore.
Additionally, Thursday, August 23rd, 2018, students and parents will be taking part in the Processing Experience from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. in the Academic Center. We ask that you be mindful of the pedestrian traffic when using golf carts or driving around campus.
A schedule is attached to this email. The easiest way to access the schedule and Orientation information is through Ringlink at ringling.campuslabs.com or the Corq app, which can be downloaded from your phone's app store.
ATTENTION: 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Year Students
Welcome back and we hope you had a great summer! This message is to communicate the necessary steps for renewing established accommodations for Fall 2018. If you were satisfied with your accommodations in the spring, and you would like to renew those same accommodations, then you will just need to email: SAS@ringling.edu
If you would like to discuss your accommodations, please click the link below to make an appointment with our new Student Access Coordinator, Clair Willrich. Appointment
1st YEAR STUDENTS AND TRANSFERS ??? SEE YOUR NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION PACKET FOR THE ACCOMMODATION PROCESS
an untitled show about Trump, the alt-right, and the state of things
With ephemera, publications, and politically-engaged art by:
Desert Island (including Mackenzie Baker)
Primary Information (including Aida Ruilova, Alice Tippit, David Benjamin Sherry, Jonathan Horowitz, Marilyn Minter, Martha Wilson, Monica de la Torre, Paul Chan, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Rachel Harrison, Trevor Shimizu)
Also check out a short essay by the curator, and the new resources added to the supplementary library of films and reading material.
For more information, contact Janelle Rebel, Digital Curation and Special Collections Librarian (email@example.com / 941.359.7583)
Image: Resist!: A Woman's Place Is In the Revolution! (Brooklyn: Desert Island, 2017).