Employment & Career Resources
Many students enjoy the benefits of working part-time while going to school. Working part-time is a great way to assist with paying for the cost to attend college. Part-time work also helps students to improve their time management and organizational skills, while they are gaining valuable work experience.
It must be noted that it is important for students to maintain a balance between the at work hours and the number of credits taken in a given semester.
The Job Board provides information on part time job opportunities and acts as a central clearinghouse for student employment both on and off campus.
Federal Work Study
The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with significant financial need, allowing them to earn money to assist with their educational expenses.
Non-Work Study Student Help
All UWL students enrolled for official university credit toward a degree or certification program are eligible to apply for on-campus student help positions.
Graduate students interested in assistantships should apply directly to the Dean of their respective college.
Student Employment Brochure
Contains information about UW-La Crosse departments that typically hire first year students.