On campus employment includes work done as a teaching assistant as well as jobs in the University including, administrative positions in various departments, library, facilities, and Global Bistro.
F-1 students are eligible to work on-campus while attending classes. The work does not need to be related to your field of study. You must maintain legal F-1 status while engaging in on-campus employment. All students working on campus must complete the On-Campus Work Authorization Form to obtain written approval from the International Student Services office.
Federal Work Study is a federally funded employment program available only to U.S. citizens and permanent residents as part of federal financial aid packages. If you receive Federal Work Study as part of your financial aid packet, you should check postings for the “FWS Eligible” designation. If you do not know for sure if you qualify for FWS, you should check with the Financial Aid Office to inquire.
Most work schedules are usually flexible in order to accommodate student schedules. However, some positions may have coverage requirements. Students in these positions may need to have flexibility with their hours in order to work in these positions.
On-campus employment is an excellent way to establish good work habits that you can carry into internships and jobs after graduation. Qualities such as timeliness, dependability, collaboration, and good work ethic are characteristics ALL employers are seeking in their employees, on-campus or in “the real world.”
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Below you will find a listing of positions that are open and in active recruitment status. To view all on-campus employment positions at the university, click here. An applicant is not able to apply for a specific position, but may indicate position preferences in his/her submitted cover letter. Students are considered for on-campus employment first and then placed into appropriate positions afterwards.