Campus Rec Information

Student Employment

Student Employment

The Student Staff and Leadership program includes training and supervising both undergraduate students (150+) and graduate supervisors in facility and game management, teaching and educational sessions, program execution and evaluation, and risk management administration.

To view current openings please visit Bears Career Connection:

For general questions about student-employment at the Campus Recreation Center, contact Brent Wegscheider.

Job Descriptions:

Club Sports Supervisor
Group Fitness Instructor
Intramural Sports Official
Office Assistant
Open Recreation Attendant
Outdoor Pursuits Bike Mechanic
Outdoor Pursuits Climbing Wall Supervisor
Outdoor Pursuits Ropes Course Facilitator
Outdoor Pursuits Gear Shop Attendant
Personal Trainer
Student Custodian

Work-Study Information:

Work study is a need-based aid program that allows you to work and earn money to apply to educational expenses. To be eligible, you first must submit the FAFSA and meet the March 1 preferential filing date each year. To be eligible as an undergraduate, you must enroll for at least 12 credit hours. Graduate students must enroll as full-time students taking 9 semester hours.

Work Study and Student Hourly are treated equally by Campus Recreation. However, Work Study does provide the department assistance due to our extensive student-employment body. Therefore, Campus Recreation recommends that all applicants inquire about their Work Study status prior to applying for a position.

For more information regarding Work Study, please visit the Student-Employment Office.


Student-Employment Office

Financial Aid Office (work-study information)

Payroll Services

Human Resources