Saint Mary's College of California employs only United States citizens or other individuals who have the legal right to work in the United States. The College complies with the rules and regulations of the Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986. The minimum requirement is that new employees on their first day of work, but within three business days, must complete the Department of Homeland Security Form I-9 (Eligibility to Work) and provide documentation proving their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
Note to faculty: Completing all your paperwork well before the term begins will allow the College to prepare your supporting services in advance of your first class meeting (ID, email, class rosters, library access, and Moodle) and is strongly recommended. Also if a faculty member has worked for the College previously, they need only provide I-9 information if it has been more than three years since they last completed their I-9 form for the College or if their current I-9 form is no longer valid.
Note if work eligibility changes: To retain their employment status, employees must provide proof of continued eligibility no later than 72 hours after their work eligibility expiration date. If proof of eligibility is not provided by this time, the College will terminate employment.