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On-Campus Student Employment or Jobs

Securing an on-campus job is a great way to build work experience while attending school. In addition to the convenience and experience you will gain, on-campus roles can help you financially and professionally. There are multiple employment opportunities available for SF State students all over campus. All student employment positions are at will positions.

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Federal Work Study: Federal-work study is a federally funded financial aid program. It increases available part-time employment for students who need financial assistance while giving them the opportunity to gain practical work experience. Those who wish to work in the work-study program must be approved by the Financial Aid Office prior to being hired. For more information, please contact the Financial Aid Office.

Student Assistants: This on-campus work program offers students the chance to explore and develop career related skills and gain professional experience. Anyone who is registered as a student at SF State and is in good academic standing may be eligible to work as a Student Assistant.

Instructional Student Assistants / Graduate Assistants / Teaching Associates: Instructional Student Assistants (ISA), Graduate Assistants (GA), and Teaching Associates (TA) assist professors with research, teaching, facilitating group discussions, grading papers, and tutoring.

International Students: It is possible for international students who are visiting on an F-1 or J-1 visa to work on-campus. International students can work no more than 20 hours a week during the school year and 40 hours a week during the winter/spring break and summer. To apply for an on-campus job international students should go through the regular hiring process.

Where to Find On-Campus Student Employment or Job Opportunities

- Filter by "On-Campus Student Employment" under Job Type to find opportunities

  • Associated Students - Variety of positions available
  • Campus Recreation - Variety of positions available
  • J. Paul Leonard Library - Variety of positions available
  • New Student Orientation Leaders - Lead summer orientations for new students
  • Resident Advisors - Develop residential communities for on-campus students
  • Peer Tutoring - Tutor or mentor your peers both in and outside of the classroom
  • Writing Center - Help students on a variety of writing assignments


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San Francisco, CA 94132

Phone: (415) 338-1764


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Drop-In Hours: Monday - Friday,

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