Student Campus Jobs
Work-study, student-help, part-time and full-time jobs are listed in WSU's job database system EZlink. Search for jobs using the one-click searches. Apply by following the instructions provided in each posting.
Student-Help or Work-Study?
Work-study is a financial-aid based job. You may not apply for these positions unless you have "FWS or SWS Eligibility" listed as part of your Financial Aid Award Information. To find out: login to Student eServices, click on Financial Aid and then Awards. If awarded, you may work in any WSU department that offers employment through work-study. Some off-campus work-study positions are available as well. Check with Financial Aid to determine your eligibility.
Student-help is funded by individual departments on campus. Positions are available campus wide and all students are eligible to apply.
Here is a list of departments that typically budget for student-help and/or work-study positions.
Winona or Rochester Student Jobs
Use the one-click searches in EZlink to search for jobs in your area. Many local job agencies offer full-time, part-time, seasonal and flexible work schedules.
For more information about jobs for students, watch our podcast: Get That Campus Job.