Employment Office assists students in finding on-campus employment and
off-campus work-study employment.
Work-Study. Federal Work-Study is a federally funded, University
administered program that provides opportunities for eligible students
to earn some of the funds needed to meet educational expenses. Jobs are
available both on-campus and with qualified off-campus employers. The
funds that support the program are limited, and they will be offered
first to aid applicants who file a timely application (February 1 for
new applicants, March 2 for continuing students for the following
academic year) and demonstrate the greatest need. The FAFSA is required.
Job Opportunity. Campus Job Opportunity is a student financial aid program
designed to assist students in meeting their educational expenses by
providing employment opportunities for on-campus jobs. Because Campus
Job Opportunity is awarded to students with demonstrated need, students
receive hiring priority for available non-work-study positions. An
additional benefit of Campus Job Opportunity eligibility is that the
salaries earned may be an income exclusion on the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This exclusion applies to the aid
application for the following year.
An offer of Federal Work-Study or Campus Job Opportunity,
however, is not a guarantee of employment. Students must apply, compete,
and be hired for a position. Federal Work-Study and Campus Job
Opportunity positions are available throughout campus in a variety of
administrative offices, libraries, sporting and health facilities,
academic departments, and food service operations.
Student Employment. Any USF student enrolled full-time in a degree seeking
program can work on campus to earn funds to meet educational expenses.
After arriving on campus and completing the registration
process, students may inquire about available positions by visiting our
online job boards at
Students may also obtain a work clearance form at One Stop,
Lone Mountain Hall, Room 251. Students will be asked to present a
picture identification and a Social Security card, or a current United