During the fall and spring semesters, students can work on campus through the Student Work-Study Program.
- Must be enrolled in full-time on campus classes, have completed registration
- Accepted a work-study award on their financial aid package.
It is important to review the Student Employment Handbook prior to working on campus
STEP 1: Log into Vision
Select Registration Quick links
STEP 2: Start your Application
Select Student Employment Application
1. Fill in your Work Experience - Save
2. Add your Job Skills - Save
3. Confirm your Availability - Save
4. Accept the Basic Requirements
STEP 3: APPLY for the job
You can apply to multiple positions using the application details.
To apply for a Position:
1. Select the Job Title
2. Read the Job Description
3. Select I Want to Apply - Save
A hiring manager will review the application and contact you if you are selected for an interview. Once the hiring manager makes a selection the details are sent to the Student Employment Office.
STEP 4: Complete Hiring Steps
Once a student has been selected, the next step is to fully complete the hiring documentation. ORU follows all federal hiring guidelines. Per federal law, only original identification (s) can be accepted (no copies or faxes). Examples of accepted forms of identification include:
- A Passport
- A Social Security Card and a Driver License
- A Birth Certificate and a Driver license.
In addition to the normal work-study steps listed on the left, international students will also need the following documents to complete the hiring documentation.
- I-94 Admission Number
Getting a Social Security Card
Student Employment will guide a student through the social security process after completing the hiring documentation. International Students will need a social security card or provide a receipt that one has been ordered before their first day of work.
Summer Campus Employment
During the summer, students can work on campus through Student Employment. This is an option for Students who qualified for work-study during the spring semester and will also be returning in the fall.
SUMMER ON-CAMPUS POSITIONS
Summer on-campus jobs do not require a work-study award to apply. If you meet the following conditions, you will be eligible to work on campus:
- You were enrolled full-time in on campus classes during the spring semester, and
- Will be enrolled during either the summer or the upcoming fall semester
SUMMER 360 PROGRAM
The Summer 360 program allows current students to work on-campus during the summer, earn money, and receive a summer housing waiver (free housing!). Summer jobs will be opened starting early April.
The student employee must work a total of 360 hours between graduation and the end of July. This averages to about 30 hours of work per week. The student may work up to two jobs to accumulate needed hours. It is the student's responsibility to reach a total of 360 hours of work in the allotted time frame. Housing charges will be recorded on a student's account until the 360 hours are reached, at which point a scholarship will be applied for free housing.
All Summer 360 students must complete a summer 360 contract with Student Employment.