The Student Employment Office serves currently enrolled Northeastern students who are seeking part-time, seasonal, temporary and on-campus employment. Job opportunities such as these assist students in meeting college expenses and/or gaining career-related experience. All job opportunities received by the Student Employment Office are for enrolled student who have not graduated. Certain on-campus jobs, such as those funded by the Federal Work Study Program, are based on demonstrated financial need resulting from an approved financial aid application.
Other on-campus jobs (Student Aide) are open to all students who are enrolled at least half time. All jobs received by the Student Employment Office are posted online. The Student Employment Office website is found at this link:  Student Employment.  A limited number of job openings are posted on bulletin boards just north of the entrance to the Office of Enrollment Management Services. The Student Employment Office is located in the lower level of building D, room 012, and the telephone number is (773) 442-4697.

Federal Work-Study Program

Programs Eligibility Description of Programs Repayment Office to Contact
Federal Work-Study Employment(Undergraduate and Graduate) Enrolled full or half-time. Eligibility of students is determined by approved needs analysis methods. Must complete FAFSA. Must be enrolled in a degree program. Must file FAFSA by NEIU priority file date.Federally funded on or off-campus employment. Off-campus employment is arranged through the Office of Student Employment with public and/or private not-for-profit agencies operating in the public interest. Includes America Reads/ Counts Tutoring Opportunities.No repayment obligation.Northeastern’s Student Employment Office (D-012) or Northeastern's Financial Aid Office

Institutional Work Program

Programs Eligibility Description of Programs Repayment Office to Contact
Student Aide Employment(Undergraduate and Graduate)All enrolled students are eligible to apply for part-time on campus employment.No repayment obligation.Northeastern’s Student Employment Office (D-024) or Northeastern's Financial Aid Office