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.
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.