Student jobs will be posted and available for review on July 21, 2014. Due to additional legislative funding, there will be an increase in the amount of jobs available to students this year. This has caused minor delays in job postings. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
To obtain an on-campus job you must first select a job from the job listing and review the job description. If you are interested in applying, simply click on the 'Apply For Job' link on the bottom of the job description page. Remember some jobs have special requirements - read the job description completely before applying!
If you would like to send a follow-up email, the supervisor’s name and email is included with each job description. You should apply for multiple jobs and start applying as soon as the jobs are posted. Good luck on your job search.
Jobs are added and removed daily, so if you don’t see something of interest check back often.
Not all students can apply for work-study positions. You must have been awarded work-study from the financial aid office.
To apply for a work-to-learn position you are required to be working toward a degree in a related field.
Hourly positions are open to any qualified individual. More positions may become available after school begins. Check back often.