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Whether you're looking for a job or currently work on campus, the following information will help you navigate working on campus. 

  

Graduate assistantships

Graduate students may be eligible to receive a teaching or research assistantship. An assistantship is a paid academic appointment that involves graduate students employed 10-20 hours per week in a teaching or research capacity. Assistantships are limited and interested students are encouraged to contact their graduate program director.

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Non work-study employment

We believe that on-campus employment is an important way for students to acquire skills and gain new experiences. Numerous opportunities are available to students in departments across campus throughout the academic year and over the summer. Regardless of your major or career interests, you'll find a job opportunity that will help you develop the skills you need for long-term success. 

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Important information for job seekers:

work-study employment

The Federal Work-Study program, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, allows students to earn money while gaining valuable work experience.  Visit the Office of Financial Aid for information on eligibility and requirements.

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