Undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of their financial aid status, are able to search and apply for on-campus employment at any of the University’s campuses. Job opportunities are plentiful and wide-ranging. On campus, you can work with a faculty member as a research assistant, lead tours for the Office of Admissions, or work in the stacks at Rush Rhees Library.

Whatever your interests may be, there is a job available. The Student Employment Office (SEO) maintains an online system called JobLink to connect you with employers on campus. It is accessible to all matriculated undergraduate and graduate students. Click below to learn more about working on campus.

Need help with your resume? No problem! The Gwen M. Green Career and Internship Center is available to assist with resumes, career counseling, off-campus employment, and internships.