** This change in service will provide a more efficient and comprehensive resource for students and employers. **
** For questions or additional information, please contact Andy Ditlevson at email@example.com. **
** Jobs posted to the Student Employment site prior to July 16 will remain posted until approximately August 8th. No new postings will be added.**
This is an employment posting site. Please be aware of all postings (See Disclaimer). Never give out personal information (i.e. bank account numbers, etc.)
There are two types of employment at St. Cloud State University: The Work-Study Program and Student University Employment positions. The Work-Study Program is state and federal student aid awarded as part of a total financial aid package. These funds are to assist you in covering education expenses during the year in which it is awarded. University Employment positions do not require financial aid eligibility.
To look for both Work Study and Student University Employment positions please visit www.scsucareers.com. If you need assistance with applying for work study funds, please visit the Financial Aid Office to find out more.
A graduate assistantship serves as on-campus employment for graduate students. A graduate assistantship is an excellent way to help fund your graduate degree. Benefits include a stipend, tuition waiver, and in-state tuition. Find out more by visiting the School of Graduate Studies.
As a student employee, you are a valued member of the St. Cloud community workforce. When you accept a position, you are expected to be punctual, have good attendance habits, and to dress in a manner appropriate for the position/office you are in, to perform work in a professional manner, and to maintain confidentiality. For more information, see Student Code of Conduct
DISCLAIMER: Student Employment Services lists job opportunities available to students free of charge. These jobs are posted in good faith. St Cloud State University and Student Employment Services make no claims of any kind about content, accuracy, suitability, intent, comprehensiveness, or availability of positions posted. Furthermore, Student Employment Services is not responsible for the employee/employer relationship after the initial contact by the Applicant to the Company. Student Employment Services is not liable for unpaid wages, expenses, or damages occurred by the Applicant.