Student Employment

Join the Arizona Student Unions’ Winning Team

Over 1,000 students work for the Arizona Student Unions each semester, making us the largest student employer on campus. Be part of our diverse winning team and receive hands-on experience, while working in a fun and safe environment. We strive to coach, teach, and mentor all of our students.

Studies prove that students with campus jobs tend to perform better in school, so get involved today! We have several different areas for students to work in, including: Culinary Services, Catering, Operations, Retail, Human Resources, Marketing, Administration, and Event Services.

How to apply for a job!

To apply, please visit Handshake and search for 'AZ Student Unions'

If you have any questions please feel free to email us at or call us at 520-626-9205!

We Understand Juggling Work and School

At the Arizona Student Unions, we know that students' first priority is to learn. We understand the stress of midterms and final exams. So we not only teach student employees leadership and time management, we are also very flexible when it comes to working around your class and exam schedule.

We Accept Work Study

Federal Work Study is accepted at the Arizona Student Unions. The Federal Work Study Program provides opportunity to full-time students seeking part-time positions. Students must complete the FAFSA and demonstrate financial need for the respective year to receive Federal Work Study. For more information on Federal Work study, go to The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Check out our Benefits!

  • 50% off meals
  • Work Study accepted
  • Flexible hours
  • Competitive wages
  • Meet new friends
  • Work with other students
  • Convenience (we’re on campus)
  • Opportunity for advancement

Example Student Positions at the Unions:

  • Student Dining Services Attendant
  • Student Event Services Assistant
  • Student Dining Services Cashier
  • Student Office Assistant
  • Student Coordinator
  • Student Accounting
  • And many more!

Good to Know:

  • Bring acceptable documentation as defined here.
  • Are you registered for classes? For “student employment,” you must be registered as a UA student with at least 6 units.
  • Know your schedule. Decide when you really have time to work, and stick to it.
  • If you see three papers and a test coming in a few weeks, let your supervisor know as soon as you know, so that you can arrange something in advance, instead of waiting until the last minute!