At Denison, learning happens 24/7 — both in and out of the classroom. Perhaps surprisingly, some truly beneficial learning happens through employment in departments and offices across campus.
While campus jobs provide extra money for spending, they can be even more meaningful. Students learn job skills and knowledge that can help as they intern, graduate and head into their professions. They also will have the opportunity for mentorship under some of the finest professors, staff and administration in the country. And student employers are important sources of recommendation letters, advice and networks.
All Denison students, regardless of whether they qualify for Federal Work Study programs or not, are eligible for campus employment. In all cases, it is the student's responsibility to seek out employment. The student employment job market on campus is competitive, so it makes sense to check in early if you are interested in student employment. You can search for a job through MyDenison. Entering First-Year students may access job postings in mid-August when they receive their login credentials. Returning students may view job postings when they move onto campus.
Federal Work Study
If you have a Federal Work Study award in your financial aid package, your earnings will be paid out of federal funds. If you do not have a financial aid award, or if you have a Non-federal Work Study award in your financial aid package, your student employment earnings will be paid from university funds. Regardless, it is the student’s responsibility to seek out employment on campus.
Davis Summer Work Program
The Davis Program is a work program available to Denison students during the summer. Students are allowed to work up to 40 hours per week for 14 weeks, depending upon available assignments.