Student Employment

The Student Employment Office (SEO) is available to assist students with identifying part-time employment on and off campus. The Student Employment Office does not place students in positions, rather it refers students to potential places of employment.

Student employment provides students with an opportunity to generate a source of income while ensuring that students maintain a "school first" attitude. This income can be used to assist with financing their education. Student employment also opens doors to work experiences and professional development that will prepare the student for future professional endeavors.

Part-time positions on and off campus are open to full-time undergraduate (enrolled in 12 or more hours during the semester) and graduate (enrolled in six or more during the semester) students.

Positions available may include:
  • General office assistants
  • Accounting clerks
  • Biology lab assistants
  • Public relations specialists
  • Library aids
  • Buyer and merchandiser clerks
  • Computer lab assistants
  • Research assistants
  • Postal assistants