Each year a limited number of part-time, on-campus positions are made available for eligible CSUSB students. Such employment not only provides students with a means of earning money, it also provides students an opportunity to develop new skills and positive work habits which will ensure professional success. Student Assistants (SA), Bridge, and Non-Resident Alien (NRA) positions are considered part-time, temporary employment. The hiring supervisor determines the hourly wage and length of employment by the workload and availability of funding. Job duties will vary depending on the department and supervisor. Students are expected to consistently execute job responsibilities in a satisfactory manner.
Students must meet academic eligibility to be considered for on-campus student employment.
Advantages of On-Campus Student Employment:
- Flexible with your school schedule
- Valuable training and work experience (personal/professional growth)
- Increased connection to campus (networking, mentoring, and reference opportunities)
- Having a job helps you pay for educational expenses (books, school, supplies)
How Can Students Find On-Campus Student Employment?
Students can apply for jobs through "Handshake" by login into “My Coyote” portal.
Interested students may apply by completing an application to be considered for student employment. Here are some tools to assist with navigating and applying for student employment opportunities.
Federal Work Study (On-Campus/Off-Campus)
Work-Study is a federally funded program that provides job opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students who are eligible to participate in need based financial aid programs. Work-Study student workers will be placed in various departments on and off campus to help offset a portion of their educational expenses. Work-Study at CSUSB provides opportunities for students to secure academic or career-related jobs, and develop job skills.
For more information, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Academic Student Employment
Students who are hired as Instructional Student Assistants (ISA), Graduate Assistants (GA), or Teaching Associates (TA) assist a professor with his/her class load through miscellaneous tasks such as conducting research, teaching, facilitating group discussions, grading papers, or tutoring.
For more information and academic student employment opportunities please contact Academic Personnel.
Last Updated: 2/22/18