Employment (Undergraduate & Graduate)

You can earn money for your education by working on or off campus. "Work-Study" is a dollar allotment provided as part of your federal financial aid package. Once awarded, you then find a work study job that suits you. "Student Assist" is employment on campus that is not part of your financial aid package. "Graduate Assistant" work provides general support services. These positions are within in the student's department or related to the student's program. The following lists the different types of work available to graduate students at UW-Superior.  

Type of employment Who's eligible How to apply Comments
Federal work-study (on-campus) Students who receive a work study award in their financial aid package FAFSA Jobs are posted in Handshake.
Federal Community Service work-study (public or private nonprofit agency) Students who receive a work study award in their financial aid package FAFSA Jobs are posted in Handshake.
Student Assist Students enrolled at least half time Inquire at campus office or department where employment is desired Some jobs are posted in Handshake.
Graduate Assistant
(temporarily unavailable)
Graduate students in some academic programs Contact Graduate Studies Office Must be enrolled for a minimum of 9 graduate resident credits and a maximum of 15 credits each semester
Off campus job (Job Location and Development Program) All students Follow instructions on posting. Jobs are posted in Handshake