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Working on Campus

All Drew University students are eligible to apply for on-campus student employment. Many students from the U.S. and abroad hold positions in various university offices and academic departments. While they are ineligible for federal work-study positions, students requiring a visa to study in the U.S. may work in other positions on campus without special authorization, part-time (up to 20 hours per week) during the academic year, and full-time during breaks and the summer months.

Work positions open to students are frequently advertised through the Student Employment Section at Handshake maintained by the Center for Internships and Career Development. International students interested in employment in a particular office or academic department should contact the appropriate manager or administrator to inquire about the possibility of non-work-study employment. When hired or offered a position, your hiring supervisor must complete a New Hire Form so ISSS can create a letter for the Social Security Office.


Student jobs at the Library

Student jobs at University Technology

Student jobs at the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE)

Student jobs at the Dining Services (apply via emails or in-person meetings)

Student jobs with the Admissions team (Positions Available: Orientation Leaders, Tour Guides, and Admissions Counselor Assistants)

Student jobs with the Department of Conferences and Events (Summer Conference Assistants, summer Housing and lunch will be provided)

Student jobs at the Office of Residence Life (Community Assistant, Housing and partial meal will be provided): Click Here