Campus Employment

Want to find a campus job? Do you need more information regarding student employment? Learn more about working on campus!

Campus Jobs

Employers on and off-campus use the University's JOBNET web site to find employees, and the JOBNET search function allows you to explore opportunities in specific categories of interest. Only on-campus positions are eligible as your PICK ONE! activity.  

Work-Study Opportunities

Work-Study is a need-based financial aid program. Students must apply through completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you were awarded Work-Study, JOBNET's search function also allows you to search for positions that are only being advertised as Work-Study. To do this, you must enter your Work-Study passcode. If you do not know your passcode, it is listed on your financial aid award letter available on ISIS.

Work-Study Employment at the University

Job Fairs

The University hosts a variety of on-campus job fairs every year, including fairs specifically geared for employers seeking students in certain academic fields, such as engineering or environmentalism.

  • Office of Student Financial Aid Student Job Fair
  • Pomerantz Career Center Career Fair
  • College of Engineering Career Fair