Working part-time as a student employee while you're going to college can provide more than just money. Your job can give you a break from the pressures of academic life, helping you learn new things and meet new people. The ability to work before, between and after scheduled classes is also a benefit of working as a student employee at St. Edward’s. 

There are a variety of opportunities for student employment in on-campus positions and off-campus community service positions. When considering employment with the university, you should weigh the advantages of locating a job that matches your special skills, interest and/or academic major.

On-campus student employment at St. Edward’s is offered through a wide variety of departments. Students can be paid directly by the department or through a work-study program. 

The work-study program provides students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience through part-time employment. Participants must have demonstrated financial need and have a work-study award as part of their financial aid offer through the Office of Student Financial Services. Examples of jobs include tutors, office assistants, recreational assistants, facilities assistants and event staff.  Each year, approximately 250 students are funded for job opportunities through this program based on the work-study allocation provided to the university by the state and federal governments.

Student positions paid directly by a department enable students to work on-campus even though they do not have a work-study award through the Office of Student Financial Services. University departments hire approximately 800 student employees under this program. The large number of job opportunities funded by this program helps illustrate the investment university departments commit to student employees.

Off-campus community service offers students a chance to gain work experience while also giving back to the community.

Policies - General information regarding the policies specific to students employed by St. Edward's can be found in the student employee and univeristy employee policies. In addition to the information and policies stated in the Employee Handbook, student employees of St. Edward's have specific policies pertaining to their employment. Any discrepancy between information found between the Employee Handbook and the policies outlined for student employees is resolved in favor of the student employment policies.

  • Find a Job

  • Complete Hiring Paperwork

  • Get Paid

Find a Job

All on-campus and off-campus positions and internships associated with St. Edward's, as well as general off-campus positions and internships not associated with the university are listed through Hilltop Careers. Please follow the instructions below to begin your job search.

On-Campus Job Search: 

  • Log in to Hilltop Careers.
  • Select Job Search from the Jobs and Internships menu.
  • Search for on-campus jobs by selecting On Campus Jobs for Students from the dropdown menu under Postion Type and click Search.

Off-Campus Job Search:

  • Log in to Hilltop Careers
  • Select Job Search from the Jobs and Internships menu.
    • This will display all available positions on or off campus. 
    • To refine your search, select the description options you desire from the Postion Type drop down menu and click Search.

Complete Hiring Paperwork

All student employees are responsible for completing the appropriate hiring documentation to ensure access to timesheets and for payment of time worked.

New Student Employees

  • Complete the Form I-9 in person at the Office of Student Financial Services with the appropriate original documentation. 
  • Complete hiring forms with their direct supervisor.  

New International Student Employees

  • Visit with the Office of International Education to begin the hiring process

Returning Student Employees

  • Request your hiring paperwork from your supervisor.
    • Student employees working more than one job must request a payroll form for each supervisor. For example, a student employee working with Athletics and the Library during the same semester must request a separate payroll form for each position. A student who holds more than one on-campus position is still limited to a maximum of 20 total hours of work per week.

Get Paid

To ensure payment for time worked, student employees must complete their timesheet on a bi-monthly basis

Accessing/Completing Timesheets:

  • Log in to your myHilltop account.
  • Select the Submit/Review Timesheets task.
  • Follow the timesheet tutorial video to ensure that your timesheet is completed correctly

Student Pay Information: 

View Work Study Earnings - Student employees who receive wages through the work-study program can view their work-study earnings through their myHilltop account. To access this information, please complete the steps below:

Pay Dates - Student wages are paid according to the following schedule:


Pay Period Pay Date
August 16 - 31 September 15
September 1 - 15 September 30
September 16 - 30 October 14
October 1 - 15 October 31
October 16 - 31 November 15
November 1 - 15 November 30
November 16 - 30 December 15
December 1 - 15 December 23
December 16 - 31 January 13
January 1 - 15 January 31
January 16 - 31 February 15
February 1 - 15 February 28
February 16 - 28 March 15
March 1 - 15 March 31