Many students use employment as a way to earn income to help pay for personal expenses. Work can not only provide a source of funding but can also be a great way to develop skills and gain experience which will serve you well as you begin your career after graduation.
If you are awarded Federal Work-Study as part of your award package, you may review job opportunities on the website for work-study jobs starting on August 13.
These wages are paid directly to you, not to the University Cashier's Office and therefore cannot be used as a means of deferring your bill to the University.
Work-Study Funds Exhausted
All available federal work-study funding has been exhausted for 2013-14 and no additional work-study awards will be made. Please visit ePACK, the Career Development Center's resource for identifying work opportunities.
Federal Work-Study Employers
If you are an employer wanting to hire a work-study student, please visit our employer page.
Student Part-time Employment Opportunities
Part-time job opportunities, both on-campus and off-campus, available for students.
The Career Development Center also provides information about how to find student jobs.