Indiana State University students often work in jobs on the University campus and in the Terre Haute community.
Many benefits exist for students who can balance the demands of work and school. Students who successfully manage classroom and employment commitments are much more likely to impress employers by demonstrating strong time-management skills. Working on campus or in the community also helps students connect with resources which may help them with challenges in and out of the classroom.
Student Employment helps students search for part-time work on and/or off campus. Our office provides free job posting and on-line application services to students and employers through the University’s Applicant Tracking System.
Student Jobs in the Applicant Tracking System
Important Message to Applicant:
Indiana State University applicant software underwent a substantial upgrade January 20, 2015.
Due to this upgrade, a new login name and password will need to be created to apply for any jobs in the new system. We highly recommend applying for the Sample Student Job first then having your application reviewed by Student Employment Programs prior to applying for student jobs by scheduling an appointment through Sycamore Career Link or by calling 812-237-5000. If you need assistance using the new system review the instructions listed here.
Additionally, if you apply for positions in this system that need documents such as a resume and/or cover letter, a new document will need to be uploaded. Please visit the Career Center during walk-in hours Monday-Friday from 10:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm or by scheduling an appointment through Sycamore Career Link or by calling 812-237-5000 to have your documents reviewed.
Click Here to access the on campus and off campus jobs that are currently posted.
Student Employment Program Orientation
All student employees are required to complete the Online Student Employment Programs Orientation. The orientation covers general student employment guidelines for Indiana State University. Student employees should always work with their immediate supervisor to discuss guidelines applicable to their department. Please take time during your first few days of employment to complete the required orientation. After completing the orientation print your Certificate of Completion to give to your employer.
Directions to Print the Certificate:
- Select drop down arrow next to Quick Links.
- Select Learning Transcript.
- Select Student Employment Programs Orientation.
- Select More Actions.
- Select View Certificate to print.
Click here to access the orientation. Use your MyISU login information.
As a result of the Indiana Immigration Bill signed into law by Governor Daniels on May 10, 2011, ISU is required to become an E-Verify employer effective July 1, 2011. For more information about E-Verify, visit the E-Verify page.