Millsaps College offers part-time on and off campus work opportunities for students. After redesigning the student employment process in summer 2016, students as well as faculty and staff are required to register on College Central in order to apply for a job or to place a job posting. For further information, please see resources provided below.
Defined as a student who is returning in the new fiscal year to the same position held in the previous fiscal year.
You do not. The supervisor submits a hiring form to HR as soon as he or she knows the student is returning.
Defined as a student who has been chosen for hire by the supervisor for a position not previously held in any fiscal year.
Defined as a student who has not been hired in advance, and is seeking to apply to open positions on campus.
+ How do I find part-time jobs on and off campus?
Jobs will be listed on College Central Network. Note: Faculty and staff are required to post all jobs—fall, spring, and summer.
+ How do I get into College Central Network?
+ Which part of the main menu do I use?
+ I applied to a job on campus. When should I hear from the supervisor?
It depends. Generally speaking, after the job’s expiration date, please follow up with the person or department that posted the job to see if they have chosen students they wish to hire. Occasionally, a job is processed before the expiration date due to the urgent need for student workers. If you are curious about the current job status, please kindly contact the hiring supervisor.
+ I qualify for federal aid. Does this mean that I automatically get an on-campus job?
No. All jobs on campus are available to students regardless of federal aid status.
Therefore, you should put as much effort in your on-campus application as for a regular
For Federal Work-Study eligible candidates, there are paid community service jobs in nearby organizations that only students receiving federal aid can apply to. These jobs will be posted on College Central, too. Look for job titles that begin with FWSCS. They typically pay more than on-campus employment.
You can also visit Linda Nix (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Office of Financial Aid in Sanders Hall if you have questions.
+ I'm having difficulties with the student application process.
If you experience any sort of technical or content-related issues, please contact email@example.com or contact us at the Career Center.
+ I am an international student. How do I get a job?
Please follow directions below for an on-campus job.
Once you have been hired, you may not begin working until you have a social security number (SSN). For more information on how to apply for an SSN, please contact International Admissions.
If you are interested in an off-campus job, there is paperwork that needs to be filled out for international students. Please contact International Admissions for more information.
You can also watch a video explaining the process step by step: