Student Aide Jobs
Having a job on campus is convenient, and many jobs will work around your class schedule.
Many offices on campus offer jobs to students including the Accounting, Registrar, Financial Aid, Information Technology, the Library and many academic division offices.
The JPRC staff can assist you with finding student employment. Call or email for more information.
Who is eligible?
Current Students. Must be enrolled in at least: 6 credit hours in spring and fall, 3 credit hours in summer or enrolled in the following fall semester.
How many hours can I work?
Number of hours are determined by the office where the student works, usually 20 or less per week.
What is Federal Work Study?
On-campus employment for students who receive financial aid. To determine eligibility for Federal Work Study, first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Check with Financial Aid to see if you are eligible for funding as part of your aid package.
What is the hourly wage?
Minimum wage is $13.00. The department that hires you will be able to give you specific information.
How do I apply?
Apply online. View job openings for Work Study/Student Employment
What happens after I fill out the application?
You will receive an email stating that your application is approved. Once active, campus offices will check the applications to see if you have the skills for which they are looking. The specific campus office will contact you for an interview.
Job opportunities may enhance your resume and provide you with experience and an income while you attend college. In return, your hiring office will expect you to be a good employee, be responsible and follow office practices and procedures.
What else can I do to get a job?
Students should check regularly with offices where they may want to work to obtain positions.
These videos will help you to be a better prepared worker and may answer some common questions that new student workers have.
This document includes step-by-step directions on how to apply online for on-campus jobs. Guidelines for work etiquette, payroll, and job performance are outlined along with answers to frequently asked questions.