Hiring Process, PDC Student Employment

Complete the steps below to navigate through the hiring process for Purdue Dining & Culinary.

Step 1: Complete employment paperwork through the New Hire Wizard (personalized link in your Welcome Letter email from Purdue HR)

The New Hire Wizard walks you through inputting information such as your legal name, address, bank deposit information, as well as completing Section 1 of the Form I-9. Make sure to submit all completed documents.

Please have your U.S. bank account number, routing number, and U.S. bank address before beginning the New Hire Wizard.

You don’t have to print forms unless you are wanting a copy.

Keep the password you created to complete the New Hire Wizard as it may be used again to complete section 2 of the Form I-9. It is different than your Purdue Career Account username and password.

Troubleshooting: I have not received the Purdue HR “New Hire Wizard” Email. Contact the Central Hiring team at dining-pdchiring@purdue.edu and let them know which location you will be working.

Step 2: Bring Employment verification documents to complete Form I-9

You will need to go to Richard Owen Residence Hall to the Business Office to show your I-9 documents at your assigned time. Your I-9 documents need to be ORIGINALS of your photo ID and birth certificate, social security card, or passport.

Step 3: Provide international tax information (international students only)

International students will receive an invitation email to access and complete your international tax information in the Glacier software. At the end of the account, please print, sign and date all forms.

Send all forms and copies of required documents per the instructions in the account. 

Troubleshooting: Send all questions to Jane Coleman at colema33@purdue.edu.

Once you have completed the steps above, you will receive an email from Central Hiring about completing our online learning modules before your orientation date.

Questions at any point in the process:


“A new job is not a new beginning. It is a path to create a new ending.”

– Unknown

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