Work Study Program
Many schools have this kind of program on campus. It basically is designed to help undergraduate and graduate students to earn a living that can help with their education expenses. This is usually an hourly part time job (20 hours per week) and your earnings are at least that of the current federal minimum wage. The kind of jobs that you get will vary with each school and each department. You can speak to your school’s Financial Aid Office for more information about this program and how you can be a part of it.
Career Services Office
There is usually a dedicated office at schools that help students to find jobs and internship both on and off campus. If you decide not join the work study program, you can also go your career services office at school to help you locate a job on campus. The working hours will still be part time but it will give you more options for the kind of student services jobs that you can choose from.
If you are interested in finding a job at school, you can ask the various offices and departments on campus as well as simply checking the bulletin boards at school. There will always be a need for student workers to help out.