Working on campus is a great option because university employers are often more flexible about scheduling your work hours around your class schedule and alleviates the burden of transportation and travel time.
Also, working while you are in school is a great way to help keep loan debt down and to gain useful real-world work experience. Research indicates that many college students successfully carry a normal academic course load of 12 to 18 credit hours per term while working on a part-time basis. You may find that you are better able to manage your time as you fit your work schedule into classes, studying and personal commitments.
Visit the links below to find student employment opportunities across campus:
For additional career development assistance, support and resources visit Buckeye Careers!