Undergraduate and graduate students work for a variety of reasons.
Some need their earnings to meet the basic costs of education, while
others want their earnings for social activities. Some recognize that
the skills and work habits gained on the job will benefit them when
they seek employment, and others simply enjoy the camaraderie of work groups.
Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply for
student employment positions.
The Student Employment Office maintains online listings of all
types of employment positions for Seton Hall University students, with
varying skill levels and areas of interest.
If you are interested in working on a part-time basis, check out our