spring semester

<p>if you do not get an on campus job in the fall, is it impossible to find one come spring?</p>

<p>Also, what are the requirements of an on-campus job? Like...whats the minimum hours you must work a week?</p>

<p>And would you find a job that allowed you to work just on the weekends, or had you rather work during the week?</p>

<p>All of these things vary from school to school. I'm sure there's some people that had jobs on campus in the fall that had to quit due to taking a heavier load, graduating, or for a variety of other reasons. Minimum hours depends on the job and the school. My old roommate used to tutor through the school and only had to work 2-4 hours a week depending on how many students he wanted to handle. Other friends worked night-shifts as desk attendants and racked up over 20 hours (often times sleeping while on the job when they weren't supposed to).</p>

<p>You can always try to get a job in a research lab. Then you get research experience, a possible recommendation for a job/grad school, flexible hours, and some money.</p>