Artboard 1 apply Artboard 1 copy 2 Mount_Logo_Primary_RGB Mount_Logo_Primary_RGB give Artboard 1 copy 3 info link Mount_Logo_Primary_RGB Artboard 1 Artboard 2 Artboard 1 visit

Available Jobs Listing

Student Employment

Work-Study is a federal financial aid program in which students may work part-time for an hourly wage on the Mount's campus. Students must be awarded federal financial aid through the FAFSA program.

Students should apply to multiple jobs to increase your chances of securing one (1) campus job before the beginning of the academic year. Being eligible for a federal work-study award does not guarantee you a job on campus. You will need to apply, interview and be selected as you would in any job. For eligibility information or questions please contact the Financial Aid Office.

Students who do not qualify for work-study may still apply to work on campus in non-work study positions. Examples of non-work study positions include Club Sports Supervisor, Intramural Sports Official, Fitness Instructors, Lifeguards, and Peer Tutors. Other employment opportunities also include positions with Aramark Dining Services and Saxby's.

Summer Employment

The Mount offers a limited number of summer jobs. To learn more about summer employment opportunities, please contact Human Resources. All summer employment is based on job availability.

Learn More About Summer Employment

Applicants may choose to learn more about the Campus Security Act, which contains the annual compilation of criminal incidents charged or alleged on campus grounds. Written copies of the report may be requested from Public Safety.