Finding On-Campus Jobs
Are you looking to make extra money?
On-campus employers understand the needs and demands of a student’s schedule and often can offer flexible schedules that enable you to earn money and keep up with your coursework and extracurricular activities.
It’s also easy to go from class to work and back to class again since everything is happening within an easy commute. But there's more to an on-campus job than being flexible and convenient. On-campus jobs offer you an opportunity — sometimes your first one — to work in a professional setting, meet new people and make great additions to your professional network. When you start applying for internships and full-time jobs, don’t forget your supervisors would make a great reference!
Where to Find Jobs On-Campus
Job Search & Career Development Tool
Handshake is the University's official job board and campus interviewing system. Find on-campus opportunities, internships, and full-time jobs for UA current students and alumni. All UA students have an account. Log in with your UA email address.
Top Hiring On-Campus Employers
Work study and part-time
If you're looking for an on-campus job and need a place to start, start with the UA's top hiring campus employers. These departments/units on campus hire students seasonally and year-round to fill a variety of positions. Learn their hiring schedules so you can plan ahead!
Resume & Cover Letter Resources
Career Peer Coaches
Get help with resumes and more!
Peer Coaches meet with students across all majors so they’re better prepared for their job search. Appointments are virtual via Zoom, email, or phone.
Career Exploration and Preparation
LifeLab is designed to support any student — from first-year undergraduates to graduate students — to identify values, skills, receive feedback and suggestions to improve your resume, or begin the search process for internships, grad school, or full-time jobs.
Personalized. Ongoing. Support.
Job & Internship Search Preparation
Looking for support as you search for a job or internship? Design Your Search (DYS) will help you understand what you need to know to complete a successful search.