This information below applies to all students who desire to work on campus regardless of financial aid status.
Step 1: To find open positions on-campus, you will be using Handshake, the college's posting platform for jobs and internships. If you are seeking on-campus employment, most campus supervisors post their positions around the end of July.
Student employees typically work less than 10 hours per week. Work schedules are usually created around academic class time, athletic practices, and co-curricular activity times. Many departments seek students with specific skills and availability. Know your academic, athletic and co-curricular schedule and be prepared to discuss your available work hours. Have a resume, a document describing your previous work, academic, and volunteer experience which will help you get noticed by employers. Dress appropriately for an interview and show enthusiasm and a willingness to work when discussing a job opportunity.
If you have been hired to work on campus, you are responsible for filling out the appropriate hiring forms. Your supervisor is responsible for submitting the Student Employment Info Sheet online.