Nearly 100 percent of UMSI students seeking part-time positions secure them before or within the first two weeks of the term they enroll. UMSI Career Development Office offers direct assistance to incoming and current students with securing relevant part-time employment within UMSI, on campus, and/or in the local community.
Part-time positions are posted on the iTrack job and internship finder. Students admitted for fall term are also invited to participate in the UMSI Employment Information Fair during Visiting Days @ UMSI, held in March. The UMSI Career Development Office provides direct advising and support for students looking for part-time jobs and can begin helping incoming students as early as the summer before their first fall term.
U-M Library human resources
The U-M Library hires students to work in the Graduate, Undergraduate, and the divisional libraries (not including the Law and Business School libraries). Apply at the Library Human Resources Office, 404 Hatcher North (734-764-2546). If you are interested in working at either the Business or Law School Libraries, you need to apply to those libraries directly. Most students work in student assistant positions that pay hourly rates but do not provide tuition reimbursement.
Students who apply for need-based aid through the U-M Office of Financial Aid may be eligible for work-study funding as part of their need-based financial aid package. A work-study award gives eligible students the opportunity to earn funds from part-time work for employers who qualify for the Work-Study Program under federal or state guidelines. The Student Employment Office in the Student Activities Building posts work-study positions and others for students.
U-M job postings
Some students work in full- or part-time clerical or professional-technical positions at the University while attending SI. U-M job postings are available online. Submit applications to:
Ann Arbor Campus Employment Services Office, Wolverine Tower, Room G250, 3003 South State Street (764-6580). Submit two copies of your resume for each position of interest; a cover letter is recommended.