Welcome to Student Employment
"To find out what one is fitted to do, and to secure an opportunity to do it, is the key to happiness."
Gonzaga University offers work opportunities that are designed to help off-set the cost of education while providing students with valuable work experience. Student Employment is committed to providing resources to all students who wish to find on or off-campus employment while attending Gonzaga. Student Employment assists students with employment but does not provide job placement. Please come and visit us in Student Employment, College Hall, Room 126. Finding a job in college will help you pay for college expenses, gain work experience, learn job-search skills, and network within Gonzaga and the Spokane community.
*FALL 2014 JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS*
On-Campus Federal Work Study jobs can be viewed and applied for through the FWS Job Board. Follow thIs FWS jobs link.
On-Campus Institutional jobs are now available. Follow this Institutional jobs link.
Off-Campus State Work Study is now CLOSED for the Academic Year. You may contact Katrina Rambo about being put on the waitlist.
Check out the Community Job Board for jobs in the Spokane community.
"Help Your Student Become more Financially Responsible To view, click here.
» Types of Work at Gonzaga
Gonzaga's ON-campus work study program is available to all eligible freshmen and non-Washington State residents in various academic and administrative departments. Eligibility is based on financial need as determined by the student's FAFSA. To view and apply for FWS jobs go to the FWS On-Campus link.
Learn more about FWS
Gonzaga's OFF-campus work study program is available to enrolled Washington State resident sophomore, junior and senior students in various off-campus, state-approved businesses. Freshmen may also be eligible by special request. Eligibility is based on financial need as determined by the student's FAFSA.
Learn more about SWS
Gonzaga offers two types of non-work study employment opportunities for enrolled students:
On-campus Institutional positions are available to enrolled students in various academic and administrative departments that fund their own positions. You may inquire with the Student Employment Office as to open positions, or you may contact various departments to determine if such employment exists. Follow this link.
Off-Campus community positions are those posted as a courtesy to students and employers looking for part-time employees. These positions are located on the Community Job Board outside of the Admission Office in College Hall and on the online Community Job Board (click here to view).
502 E. Boone, AD Box 72
Spokane, WA 99258-0072
Phone: (509) 313-6588
Fax: (509) 313-6287
Location: College Hall, Room 126
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
Student Employment Manager
State Work Study Program Specialist