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Melanie Luperon '21, Major in Computer Engineering, Minor in Cybersecurity

Student Employment

File your FAFSA

File your FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. 

Just as in the "real world", finding a campus job can be competitive because there are a limited number of positions available each semester. Students who begin their job search early are more likely to find jobs that accommodate class schedules and match skill sets.

Many jobs are posted over the summer, and hiring may take place over the summer or during the first few weeks of the semester. 

Log in to CORSAIR Jobs to search for positions, contact supervisors, and complete forms.

Programs & eligibility

  • Federal work-study (FWS): These jobs are available to students who have work-study as part of their financial aid award.
  • Non-work-study: These jobs are available to all students who wish to work on campus.
  • Stipend-based positions: These positions have hours associated with them, even though they are not based on hourly wages. A stipend is payment for work performed by a graduate student. 

Students work throughout the university in academics, administration, athletics, the library, maintenance, student affairs, technology and many more areas. There are also opportunities to work off-campus through the Federal Work-Study program at non-profit and community agencies.


CORSAIR Jobs is our self-service system for both student employees and supervisors.

Students can:

  • search for jobs
  • contact supervisors
  • complete application forms

Supervisors can:

  • post jobs
  • view applicants
  • report hires

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