Working on-campus offers many advantages including flexible scheduling, good pay, and often experience related to your major.
- On-campus employers can hire hourly student employees and/or work-study student employees, depending on the needs of their departments.
- Undergraduate students must be degree-seeking and enrolled in at least 6 credit hours to work in a student job class during the academic year.
- Graduate students must be degree-seeking and enrolled in at least 3 credit hours to work in a student job class during the academic year. Graduate students are generally limited to working 20 hours a week. More details may be found in the Graduate Student Appointment Manual.
- In order to work during the summer, student employees must be either enrolled in the summer OR enrolled in both the spring term preceding and the fall term following the summer.
- Generally, international students are eligible to work up to 20 hours per week on campus. For more information, please contact the Office of International Education.
- Students in the Stay Connected and Timeoff Programs are eligible to work as hourly student employees for up to one year. They must be approved by Student Employment to work in a student job class.
- Non-degree students and Non-CU students must be approved by Student Employment to work in a student job class.
- All students employees are limited to working a maximum of 25 hours per week (or 50 hours per bi-weekly pay period) during the fall and spring semesters and to 40 hours per week (or 80 hours per bi-weekly pay period) during the summer. View the Student Hourly Employee Work Hours Policy.