On-Campus Student Employment

On-Campus Student Employment

You may apply at the beginning of the academic year and in the summer months or anytime an ad is posted on our web page.

Additionally, applications are accepted for positions that become available during interim periods. Please check our ad space for positions.

Undergraduate and associate degree students that have finished the English Preparatory Program and are about to begin their departmental studies, have a GPA of 2.00 and above, have never received a disciplinary warning, and have not suspended their registration are eligible to apply.

Ads are placed during interim periods for units that require additional staff. You may apply then.

It is possible for you to be employed by one of our administrative, academic, or research centers. You can find detailed information about the job description for which the ad is posted and what qualifications are needed in the employment ads. You can also obtain this information from the on-campus student employment office for during the interim periods.

If you are accepted into the on-campus student employment program, you will receive a monthly meal allowance card, a transportation stipend, and SGK (Social Security) benefits. The support you will receive for working a maximum of 40 hours a month is determined and declared by the Board of Trustees at the beginning of every academic year.

There are a few important criteria to consider in the evaluation of your application. The priority criteria are; to have been awarded an OSYS scholarship, be able to document the financial need, have the necessary qualifications for the job, and have a course schedule conducive for the job.

In order to begin your banking procedures and SGK registration, you should submit the necessary documents in a timely manner. Other than that, adhering to the work schedule and carrying out the responsibilities that are part of your job description will be enough.

Your application is kept on file for the academic term in which the application was made for review if a position comes up in the interim period. You may reapply in the new academic year or for the summer term.

Your lessons is included in your work program and you usually work between 5 to 10 hours a week. If you believe that the work is negatively affecting your academic success, please notify the unit supervisor at once.