General Information​​​​

The Office of Student Employment offers assistance to students seeking part-time, temporary or summer employment via an online job posting board, the C.A.$.H. Network, located on the student intranet. Additional services provided include part-time and summer job fair offerings, professional skill building workshops and assistance with community service work-study placement.

On-Campus Positions

Students must first be registered for classes and have completed an online Student Employment Application in order to apply for campus positions. A variety of positions are open to work-study eligible and non-work-study eligible students. Work-study is need-based financial aid. On-campus positions designated as work-study are available to students who are work-study eligible. To be eligible for work study, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Students who qualify for work-study will be notified of their eligibility by the Office of Financial Aid on their financial aid award letter.

The Hiring Process
The student's application will be forwarded to departments at the student's request via the online application process on the C.A.$.H. Network. Each department reviews submitted applications, schedules interviews as necessary and makes an offer to the selected candidate. Students are not permitted to contact individuals and/or departments to inquire about positions or ask for jobs.   

Off-Campus Positions

Off-campus positions are also posted on the C.A.$.H. Network. Students follow-up on off-campus leads as directed in the job listing. The University of Findlay makes no representations or guarantees regarding the credibility of off-campus positions posted on the C.A.$.H. Network. The University is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of off-campus employment. It is the students' responsibility to research the integrity of the organization to which they are applying. 
You may visit us at the Croy Physical Education Center, Room 215. 
If you have any questions, please contact Patti Beck, Director of Student Employment, at 419-434-5338 or