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Non-Work Study Campus Jobs

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Several campus departments/offices hire students who are ineligible for work study hours.

Campus Jobs for Non-Work Study Students

Jobs will be posted July 1. Beforehand, students can complete a "demo" position on BeeCareers and indicate availability. On or after July 1, students can apply for either Children's Campus or Campus Recreation and Weight Room. Supervisors will contact students via SAU email or by phone for an interview or to offer a position.

All documents below are PDFs.

SAU Children's Campus (daycare center)
Job Description

Campus Rec and Weight Room
In order to work for Campus Rec and/or the Weight Room (see job description), register on our job posting website, BeeCAREERS, and follow these instructions.

If you are interested in working for Security, check out the job description or complete the Security Application. You should also fill out the Security Schedule.

Sodexo Food Service
Includes jobs as Barista in the Beehive Coffee ShopCafeteria Worker, and Food Court Worker in the Rogalski Center. You can print out the Sodexo Application here.

Once you have attended school for at least one semester, these other positions are available:  

Student Success Center Tutors
Students are tutors for their fellow college students and work through the Student Success Center. You must first be recommended by a faculty member.

Resident Advisors
RAs are trained to foster community among the residents on a residence hall floor. They plan programs, resolve conflicts, document behavior issues, and enforce university policy. Students should watch their SAU email when RA applications are being accepted. Learn more here

New Student Seminar Peer Assistants
The peer assistant is a student co-instructor with a faculty or staff member for New Student Seminar (NSS). All peer assistants must attend all NSS classes which meet for 50 minutes twice a week for 15 weeks.

STARS (Students Trained as Role Models)
STARS work during the summer orientations leading groups to the various offices, answering questions, acting in skits, and hanging with the new freshmen. Learn more here