Money can be tight on a college budget, but there are options to lessen the pinch. Whether you work five hours a week or 20, it can help pay for your education — as well as enrich your studies and beef up your résumé by acquiring skills and valuable experience. National research shows that if you work part-time while in college you will likely improve your overall academic performance and satisfaction. Student employment could also help you land future jobs.
Community Jobs and Internships
Visit the resource room at Career Services to see recent job postings or create a free account as a student online to search listings for internships, part-time, full-time, co-op, and summer jobs that have been posted specifically for UL Lafayette students and alumni by employers.
Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Work-Study program provides jobs on or off campus to eligible undergraduate and graduate students. Students are assigned to a University department or a community service agency for an average of 10 hours per week and paid the federal minimum wage.
Other Campus Employment
(Non-Federal Work Study)
Departments and administrative offices often need student employees. Check with Career Services to find campus jobs.