Student Employment Application (pdf)
On Campus Work-Study Jobs
The Federal Work-Study program allows undergraduate and graduate students with financial need to work part-time on or off campus to earn money to help pay for educational expenses. The program encourages on-campus work related to your course of study and a flexible work schedule. If awarded work-study, you may work up to 13 hours a week, depending on your class schedule and academic progress. Work-study earnings are at least minimum wage. To apply for work-study, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and indicate your interest in work-study.
On Campus Institutional Jobs
Institutional Employment assists undergraduate and graduate students in finding part-time employment on campus. Average hours are 15 to 20 per week at minimum wage. The Office of Student Financial Services will post job opportunities and assist you in finding a part-time job on campus that will work around your class schedule. All jobs pay at least minimum wage, and you do not have to be on financial aid to apply.
Off-Campus Job Location and Development (JLD) Positions
The Job Location and Development (JLD) Program allows area businesses and individuals to hire NSU students. Student Financial Services will post job opportunities and assist you in finding the right part-time job. All jobs pay at least minimum wage. You do not have to be on financial aid to qualify for this program.
On Campus Graduate Assistant Jobs
Graduate Assistant Application
A Graduate Assistant is a Graduate Student working at a position related to their discipline through the Graduate College. These positions are different from a graduate student working on campus under an Institutional or Work-Study Agreement.