There are hundreds of part-time student jobs on campus. Whether serving pizza in one of our many on-campus eateries, helping with research or in offices, or serving as lifeguards, part-time work is an important component of many students' finances and career development. Part-time jobs are available on a competitive basis when you arrive on campus.
Check out the Career Services website for information about finding local job opportunities.
Work study is an on-campus part-time job program to assist students with financial need meet their educational costs by working part-time during the study year. For more information on Work Study, please refer to the Work Study website.
What is the USRA program?
The Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA) program provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to obtain research experience, typically during the summer semester.
Read more about Undergraduate Student Research Awards, including eligibility and application deadlines.
What is the URA program?
The Undergraduate Research Assistantship (URA) program is a competitive program that provides summer research opportunities to undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need.
Read more about the Undergraduate Research Assistantship program, including eligibility and application deadlines.
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