To be considered for a student employment position on the School of Law campus, applicants must be a student:
- Enrolled at UConn;
- Enrolled at another accredited educational institution; (information about hiring non UConn students)
- Enrolled in high school and be at least 16 years of age; (information about employing minors)
- Eligible for employment based on the requirements established by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; (review the I-9 policy)
- A Permanent Resident; or
- An international student with eligibility to work on the UConn campus.
Contact School of Law student employment staff.
UConn students who have a federal Work Study Award as part of their financial aid package are eligible for a wider range of on-campus jobs. While students without a federal Work Study Award may apply for any on campus job vacancy, most jobs on the UConn School of Law campus require funding from the federal Work Study Program.
Questions about the federal Work Study Award program and student financial aid packages should be directed to the Student Finance Office.