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Search and apply for work-study or student labor positions available to UConn students in Storrs, Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, and Waterbury.
New job opportunities appear throughout the year. Check back regularly or sign up for JobMail to receive automatic e-mail notifications of new job postings in your area of interest.
Application for a position does not guarantee an interview.
What is the difference between work-study and student labor?
Federal Work-Study Employment
- Federally-funded financial aid program for students with demonstrated financial need.
- Determined based on the annual completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Offered to students for the entire academic year. The total amount offered is split between the fall and spring semesters.
- Calculate the total number of hours per semester a student may work to earn his/her full work-study award using the formula:
Work-Study Award ÷ Pay Rate = Total Hours
Student Labor Employment
- Funded by the employing department.
- Available to eligible students, regardless of financial need.
- Students can work year-round, including the fall and spring semesters, and winter and summer intersessions.
Important Dates for Work-Study Fall 2022/Spring 2023
- Students must accept their work-study online by August 1, 2022.
- Work-Study begins on August 26, 2022.
- Students have until the September 16, 2022 to secure employment.
- UConn departments have until September 23, 2022 to process work-study student hires in CORE-CT.
- If students have a problem with their work-study offer or need further information, please email the Student Employment Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must complete Pre-Employment paperwork (I-9, Tax, and Direct Deposit forms) prior to starting work. At the Storrs Campus, Section 2 of the I-9 form is certified by the individual on-campus employers/departments. Some of the Regional Campuses may have a central location & contact person to assist with completion of the forms. Students being hired at a regional campus should contact their supervisor for guidance.