UConn Students

Find a Job

Search and apply for work-study or student labor positions.

Note: Application for a position does not guarantee an interview. New job opportunities appear throughout the year so check back regularly or Sign up for JobMail to receive automatic e-mail notification of new job postings in your area of interest.

What’s the difference between Work-Study and Student Labor?

Jobs are funded by one of two sources:

  • The employing department budget, (known as Student Labor jobs) or
  • A federally funded financial aid program for students with demonstrated financial need (known as Work-Study jobs).

Federal Work-Study awards are detailed on the annual Award Notification generated by the Office of Student Financial Aid Services. Work-Study students may also work at approved off campus non-profit, federal, state, or municipal agencies.

Work-Study Awards

To calculate the total number of hours per semester a student may work to earn his/her full Work-Study Award:
Work-Study Award ÷ Pay Rate = Total Hours

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