Please visit studentemployment.uchicago.edu for information on how to find Student Employment positions, and for a comprehensive list of Student Employment policies!
Student Employment at UChicago provides students with meaningful opportunities to advance their academic and professional goals. Student Employment offers a wide variety of on-campus jobs, internships, and research positions as well as several opportunities with local off-campus organizations. Federal Work-Study and non Work-Study positions are both available. The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans employer.
The Student Employment office is located in Ida Noyes Hall (1212 E. 59th St.). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Students with questions about their Federal Work-Study eligibility should contact the Office of College Aid at 773-702-8666 if they are an undergraduate and the Student Loan Administration at 773-702-6061 if they are a graduate student.
Guidance for Spring 2020 On-Campus Positions
The Provost has announced the University’s plan to support students who hold hourly Federal Work-Study or non-Work-Study jobs for Spring Quarter 2020.
We encourage those students who have secured hourly jobs for Spring Quarter to discuss with their supervisors ways in which they can conduct their jobs or other needed work remotely. Students with hourly jobs who are able to work remotely will be paid as previously agreed upon with their supervisors based on hours worked.
In the event that students are unable to work remotely, the University will help mitigate the impact by making a payment equivalent to six weeks of pay based on projected hours indicated by the supervisor.
If remote work is not possible or the position can’t move forward as planned, Career Advancement is also happy to help students find another opportunity – please schedule an appointment with a career adviser through UChicago Handshake.
Students who are paid by lump-sum stipends should check in with their supervisor or the appropriate grant program administrator with questions about funding.
Students with research stipends may continue their research remotely, or transfer their research to the Fall.
REMOTE STUDENT EMPLOYMENT POLICIES
- The online Student Employment Orientation will continue to be required for new student employees.
- Students working remotely are still permitted to work up to 20 hours per week during the Spring Quarter.
- Students who would like to petition for additional hours should e-mail email@example.com.
HOW TO FIND REMOTE JOB OPPORTUNITIES