Student Employment

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Interested in Student Employment? We are here to help!

Working on campus can connect you with a large network of faculty, staff, and students who are interested in your success. Hiring supervisors understand your schedules and the need for flexibility. At the same time, you will gain “real world” experience in preparation for the job market and will develop relevant and transferable skills in pursuit of future careers.

Student Job Openings

Student employment on campus

Federal Work-Study Program: This program provides a work opportunity for full-time undergraduate day school students who demonstrate a financial need. Unlike other types of financial aid, work-study is paid directly to the student after it is earned in a work-study job, and it is the student’s responsibility to use those funds to pay down any balance he or she may have. Students may view and apply for jobs online at Students are encouraged to apply for community service jobs and/or those that relate best to their course of study.

Other Student Employment Opportunities: A variety of campus jobs are available for full-time undergraduate day school students. Students may view and apply for jobs online at

For more information about available positions and employment eligibility, contact Human Resources at For questions regarding eligibility for work-study, contact Financial Aid at

Eligibility Requirements for Student Employment

  • Must be an undergraduate student.
  • Must be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credit hours).
  • U.S. citizens must have a current FAFSA on file with the Financial Aid office.
  • Non work-study grant recipients must not be hired into a position that would displace a work-study grant recipient.
  • International students on F-1 or J-1 status
  • Proof of eligibility for employment is required in the form of Federal Form I-9
    • Link to required Form I-9 approved documents: click HERE

Student Employment Handouts and Forms

A comprehensive guide that covers most information you’ll need to know as a new or returning member of student staff.

Contact Information:

Student Employment Assistant

Human Resources