UConn School of Law employs students in all departments throughout the campus. The Student Employment Program Office coordinates all aspects of on-campus employment such as: advertising job opportunities, recruiting applicants, accepting applications, job placement, processing hiring paperwork, and running the biweekly student payroll.
All UConn students may apply for employment on the Law School campus. Students enrolled in other accredited institutions who are over 16 years old may apply as well, however, hiring preference is given to UConn students.Read More »
Student jobs on the UConn School of Law campus are part-time, hourly, temporary and do not provide benefits. Student employees work in the Law School Library, Information Technology Services, administrative offices and for faculty members. Search Job Openings »
Work Study is the “self help” portion of a student’s financial aid package. Funding for student Work Study wages comes from the federal government and is awarded by the Student Finance Office (Student Financial Aid). To earn a Work Study award, a student must work in a UConn campus job. Off campus Work Study is available only if the work site is approved by UConn. Read More About Work Study »
Currently student employees at the School of Law may access payroll procedures, the student employee handbook and additional student employment information in the student portal.Additional Information for Current Student Employees »