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Current Employees – View Paystubs, Timecard, Update Personal Information, and more.

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Student Employment – View Student Employment Opportunities and Apply

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Manage your 403b Retirement Account

Student Resources

The Office of Student Life at Earlham serves as the main touchpoint for students seeking support on campus—but every Earlham employee works with and for students in some capacity. Below, you can find some of the resources available to students related to policies, finances and employment.


The Student Handbook includes academic and community policies, procedures, important dates and timelines. Students are expected to read this information carefully.

Read the Student Handbook


Earlham students are able to obtain health insurance through our partnership with Aetna Student Health.

Learn more about Student Insurance


Students looking for a job on campus often have numerous options—whether you want to work in an administrative department, serve as a resident assistant or coach and tutor other students.

Professional Development

To help make conference experiences more obtainable for our students, we have a donor-funded Student Scholarly Conference Travel Fund. Through this program, you can request funding to help offset the cost of attending one scholarly conference that aligns with your personal, academic and career goals.

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HR forms →

Find useful forms related to benefits, payroll, time off, annual reviews and more.

Policies and handbooks

Find information about Earlham’s policies as well as our faculty, staff and student handbooks.

Student Resources

Find the resources available to students related to policies, finances and employment.

Title IX

Nearly all Earlham College employees are mandatory reporters under Title IX; in other words, if we see or hear evidence of sexual harassment, we must report it to the Title IX coordinator. Learn more about Title IX—including training resources and information on filing a complaint—through the Office of Title IX.