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How to Find A Job

According to university policy, all open student employment positions, both work study and non-federal, should be posted on the Student Employment Job Board (Handshake), available at .  This job board is free to both employers and students.  Posting on the job board does not, in any way, restrict the employer from also advertising a student employment position using other means.  The expectation is simply that the open position be posted on the job board as a basic step.

Part-time jobs are listed from employers on-campus and off-campus

Job Board

On-line Job Board - Open positions, on- and off-campus, are posted on the on-line job board, located in the Student Employment section of the Financial Aid Web site at:    Contact information is included in the job postings, and students should follow-up with employers directly.

Contacting Departments
Students are welcome to contact departments where they would like to work.
Some of the largest employers on-campus include:

  • University Residence halls
  • Library
  • Davies Center
  • Recreation
  • Learning and Technology Services
  • Facilities Management
  • University Food Services
  • University Bookstore