For students interested in working while pursuing their studies, our student employment positions are a great opportunity. In addition to supporting personal finances, student employees have higher persistence rates and academic success, and develop the career skills employers are seeking.
Student Employee Handbook
You’ll find important information for all components of the student employment experience, including pay scale information, responsibilities of both the employee and supervisor, and more.
Student Employee Toolkit
We’re here to support you. See below for information on how to find, apply & get hired, and develop in your positions.
PCO is DU’s job and internship board for students and it’s a one stop shop for students career needs. Students will find student employment positions, internships, & full-time opportunities on the site. You can also make appointments with career advisors and register for career & professional development events.
● How to Find Student Employment Positions on PCO (video)
● Search for Positions in PCO (blog)
Please note all resumes submitted through PCO will go through an automatic review process by the Career & Professional Development staff. While this may take extra time for you if revisions are needed, it’s to support you in submitting the most competitive application possible. A quality resume will help you now and in the future.
Please allow at least 3 days before the application deadline for this step. You will not be able to submit your full application until the resume has been reviewed and approved. Due to the expected volume of applications, do not wait until right before the deadline to apply as your resume could be delayed in the review process.
To be proactive, consider comparing your current resume to resume samples on our website. Make changes prior to submission. This will increase the likelihood your resume can be approved without going through major edits, allowing you to apply to student employment positions quickly. Reach out to Student Employment with any questions at stuemp@edu.
● Student Checklist for On-Campus Employment (blog)
● Resume Basics and Sample Student Resume (PDF)
● First-Year Sample Resume (PDF)
● Uploading Resumes and Applying on PCO (video)
● How to Upload Your Resume to PCO (blog)
Work-study is a need-based financial aid award that allows students to work on campus or with an approved off-campus employer to earn money. Numerous campus positions will require that you have work study funds to apply.
For more information on work study and work-study eligibility for your student employees, review the Work Study Policy Guide or visit the undergraduate and graduate work-study pages within the office of Financial Aid. Reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
F-1 and J-1 international students should review the ISSS website and contact ISSS for questions related to their eligibility to work on campus.
Timecards, Direct Deposit, I-9
These functions are managed by Financial Services in Human Resources. There are resources on their website to help you navigate setting up direct deposit, updating your W-4, changing your address, and logging time worked into PioneerTime. Reach out to ContactUFS@du.edu with any questions.
HR Partners are also available to you as a resource. The HR Partners provide support and serve as a liaison between academic units and/or non-academic divisions and Central Human Resources & Inclusive Community. Additionally, the HR Partners are available to assist all University of Denver employees in addressing a variety of work and performance related matters. Reach out to AskHRPartners@du.edu with any questions.
You can register for trainings specifically tailored to student employees. Check out our Achieve Series: Student Employees, or invite us in to provide a training just for your team! In addition, we offer a number of career & professional development programs on PCO for student employees.
Career Advising Appointments
Our career advisors can help you with your application or job interview. Team members are seeing students in-person and virtually. Make an appointment by calling 303.871.2150 or by logging into PCO.
Student Employment Calendar
Important dates and deadlines related to international students and students eligible for federal work-study.
Student Employee Training
Through our Student Employees Achieve Series (SEA), we offer development opportunities student employee, covering the career skills employers are seeking. All topics are presented in consideration of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Employer Concern Reporting Form
The DU Student Employment team is committed to providing meaningful connections between student employees and their supervisors, also known as employers. There are federal, state and university polices and guidelines in place to govern these interactions. Student employees who have encountered an employer who has violated these policies or guidelines can submit a report below.