It is anticipated Adjuncts will continue to teach their classes, online in most cases, so will continue to be paid. If for some reason an adjunct is no longer being paid they would be eligible to apply for unemployment and should refer to the information regarding that in the question below.
Generally, Temporary workers are no longer working. Neither are Student workers. Temporary employees not working during this time are eligible to apply for unemployment and can find information on that below
For the time period of 3/22/20 to 4/4/20, to be paid on 4/30/20, Work study and Regular student employees will be allowed to submit hours based on their predetermined schedules. Because students are unable to continue to work due to classes being moved to a distance education format, their positions will no longer be needed, however, they will be granted this additional pay period. Students will want to contact their supervisor about their predetermined schedule.
Part-time hourly employees (hourly adjuncts, temporary and student) will also still receive pay on March 31st (for work from 2/16/20-3/7/20) and April 15th (for work from 3/8/20-3/21/20) because payroll pay periods are behind.