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On-Campus Student Employment

As a part of UACCB’s Career Services office, Student Employment is a resource that helps currently enrolled students find part-time employment opportunities on-campus. Some positions are open to all students,while others may require a type of Financial Aid known as Federal Work Study. Applicants must be enrolled in a degree or certificate program at UACCB.


To apply for these positions visit the Work Opportunities page on UACCB’s Career Coach.


Eligibility does not guarantee employment, and pre-employment checks, including a criminal background check are required. UACCB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


To learn more about the Federal Work-Study Program visit the UACCB Financial Aid's work study webpage.

Contact Info

Becky Warren

Director of Workforce and Career Services
Office: ANX 401D
870-612-2048


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