Summer Jobs on Campus

Summer On-Campus Positions

Summer on-campus jobs do not require a work study award to apply. If you meet the following conditions you will be eligible to work on campus:

  1. Student was enrolled full-time in classes during the spring semester and
  2. Either will be enrolled during the summer or during the upcoming fall semester or
  3. Student graduates in May and is a US Citizen or Permanent Resident.

Summer 360 Program

The Summer 360 program allows current students to work on-campus during the summer, earn money, and receive a summer housing waiver (free housing!). Summer jobs start getting posted on the Golden Hire Network in early April.

The student employee must work a total of 360 hours between May 1 – July 26, 2015. This averages to about 30 hours of work per week. The student may work up to two jobs to accumulate needed hours. It is the student's responsibility to reach a total of 360 hours of work in the allotted time frame. If the 360 hours are met within the specified time frame the housing waiver will continue until August 8, 2015. Housing charges will be recorded on a student's account until the 360 hours are reached, at which point a scholarship will be applied for free housing.

All Summer 360 students must complete the Summer Work and Housing Acknowledgment form, have it signed by your summer supervisor, and turn it in to Career Services.