» Student Employment

Many students at Chapman choose to have jobs on campus as a way to get more involved, as well as to have a source of income. International students are eligible for non work-study or University-funded employment. Many departments on campus have job openings at the beginning of each semester and by working on campus you are able to build your work schedule around your classes. The goal of the Student Employment Services is to enhance students’ experiential education through hands-on learning and work experiences in order to prepare them for post undergraduate and graduate career endeavors. On-campus employment will also require you to obtain a Social Security number (refer to your International Student Handbook for more information).

Visit Student Employment Services to access Chapman University’s online database of on-campus jobs to find a position of interest.