Student Employment Work-Study|Loyola University Chicago

Student Employment Work-Study


Welcome & FAQs

Dear Students and Parents,

Loyola University Chicago's Student Employment Program seeks to provide a truly transformational experience for current and prospective student employees!  At Loyola, Student Employment includes on-campus employment, work-study, and Community Work-Study. EVERY job is an opportunity for students to learn...

  • Employability skills
  • Career-relevant transferrable skills 
  • Job search skills

I believe that Student Employment (including work-study) should leave a student better prepared to successfully attain internships and post-graduate jobs! If there are any questions, don't hesitate to contact me, Kathryn A. Jackson, the Student Employment Program Manager at

Yours in Service,

Kathryn A. Jackson, M.Ed.

Assistant Director, Student Employment

  • What is the process for obtaining a student job?
  • How many hours per week are students allowed to work?
  • What if I forgot my RamblerLink login or password information?
  • What is the typical work-study award amount?
  • What is the "Work Authorization Form" & when is it needed?
  • How do student workers dress for work?
  • How many jobs should I apply for at once?
  • What is the difference between a Work-Study Job and a non Work-Study job?
  • What do I do if I am having an interpersonal conflict with a co-worker or my manager?
  • Are the off-campus work-study sites safe?

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