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Student Employment

Student Employment at UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay has over 1,500 on campus student jobs each school year, with an average of 1,000 students hired to fill these open positions.

Examples of On-Campus Student jobs:

  • Admissions Tour Guide
  • Ticketing Attendant
  • Catering/Dining Services
  • Theater Crew
  • Grounds/Maintenance Help
  • Administrative/Clerical Help
  • University Ambassador
  • Kress Events Center Attendant
  • Mail Room/Delivery Clerk
  • Lab Assistant
  • Research Assistant
  • Phoenix Bookstore Cashier

Pay Rates and Work Hours

The average rate of pay for an on campus job is $8.73 per hour. Students are typically scheduled 8 to 12 hours per week allowing for ample study time. Although student course loads will vary, it is recommended that students work no more than 20 hours per week during academic sessions. During non-academic sessions, students can work up to 40 hours per week.

UW-Green Bay Hiring Policy

Students are employed on a priority basis with UW-Green Bay students receiving first priority. Priority should be observed according to the Levels listed below. Before Level II and Level III students are considered, a position must be posted to Level I students for a minimum of two weeks.


UW-Green Bay students, including new, transfer and specials, registered for at least one course in the term they are expected to work or enrolled half-time for the subsequent academic term. Half-time enrollment for the academic term is defined by 6 credits for undergraduate, 5 credits for graduate.


Students enrolled at another UW school. Supervisors are responsible for obtaining verification* of the student’s association with the school system.


Students enrolled at a non-UW accredited university, technical college, vocational/trade school, or high school. Supervisors are responsible for obtaining verification* of the student’s association with the school system.

*NOTE: Examples of documents that verify a student’s enrollment at a school are their class schedule for a current or future semester or a letter from the school confirming their enrollment. All documents must include school name, student’s name and indicate the dates of enrollment.

UW-Green Bay is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Title IX public institution. UW-Green Bay does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or other factors prohibited by law in any of its educational programs, activities, admissions or employment policies.