Jobs on Campus

<p>Is it really hard to get a job on campus at USC if you don't have work-study and if so, what jobs, if any, are available to non-work study students? Also, is it still worth going to the job fair they hold in August too? I heard at orientation that it is mostly for work-study students. Thanks for any input in advance!</p>

<p>It is true you will be at a slight disadvantage by not having work study as many positions are either ONLY work study or have priority for WS students.</p>

<p>However, many jobs on campus are open to all students. If you are open about what kind of jobs you can apply for, I am sure you will find something. I would definitely recommend attending the job fair as it is for both WS and non-WS jobs on campus.</p>

<p>I know that USC ReadersPlus accepts non-WS students, and I believe Campus Cruiser does, too. (But I also know that CC likes hiring WS students first.)</p>

<p>If you’ve got a couple hours open at lunchtime a couple days a week, apply at the University Club. It’s the really nice restaurant on campus that hires students as waiters.</p>

<p>That’s pretty cool that there is a restaurant that you can work at. Do you know how it is hawkwings, I mean if it’s, do you know if it’s usually a busy restaurant or if it is very competitive to get a job there?</p>

<p>It’s a nice restaurant that serves all the rich and important people at USC. Working lunchtime, as all students do, is a little less formal. They also cater for events around campus. Usually they have positions open up at the beginning of each semester, and people graduate or their schedules change.</p>