Students who work on campus are more likely to stay in school, graduate within four years and attend graduate school. Plus it’s a much easier commute than racing out of class to get to an off-campus job. The Division of Student Affairs employs 2,100+ students right here on campus, offers 930+ volunteer opportunities and is recruiting for future positions. Students are invited to come explore these diverse opportunities at the Division of Student Affairs Student Job and Volunteer Fair, April 2–3, from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Gregory Gym.
Want to learn about advertising? Texas Student Media can help you get real world experience while still in school. While he was a student, movie director Wes Anderson worked as a film projectionist at the Texas Union. Or maybe you’re interested in public health. University Health Services has a broad spectrum of opportunities for you. Departments represented at the upcoming Job and Volunteer Fair include:
The Counseling & Mental Health Center provides individual, group, and crisis counseling, psychiatric consultations, and prevention services that facilitate students' academic and life goals.
Housing and Food Service provides first-class housing and food service on campus. They promote an inclusive, nurturing community for students to produce a comprehensive out of classroom learning experience that will foster life-long connections.
New Student Services spearheads orientation for thousands of freshmen and transfer students each year, ensuring they successfully transition to campus and register for classes. The department also leads programs to promote student engagement, academic success and student leadership opportunities throughout the year.
The Office of the Dean of Students provides information and support to students and their families, including emergency assistance, veteran services and legal services. The office also provides resources for student rights and responsibilities, ethical leadership and opportunities to get engaged on campus with 1,100+ student organizations to choose from.
Recreational Sports offers a comprehensive array of facilities, programs, services, special events and student employment opportunities. This student-centric unit features six program areas – Fitness/Wellness, Informal Recreation, Instructional, Intramural Sports, Outdoor Recreation and Sport Clubs – and nine facilities with over 500,000 square feet of indoor and 40 acres of outdoor space.
Texas Parents serves all students’ families who need assistance navigating university resources. The Texas Parents Association, the university’s official parents' association, provides benefits to members that support their students' college experience.
Texas Student Media helps students get involved and voice their opinions through student-produced media, including The Daily Texan, KVRX 91.7 FM radio, TSTV Texas Student Television, Texas Travesty humor publication and The Cactus Yearbook.
The Center for Students in Recovery provides ongoing support for alcoholism and other drug addictions by offering students a pathway to recovery and academic achievement.
University Health Services is an on-campus accredited healthcare facility that includes general medicine, women’s health, sports medicine, urgent care, allergy/immunizations clinics, nutrition services, physical therapy, a 24-hour Nurse Advice Line, radiology, lab services and a health promotion office.
The University Unions include four unique and multi-faceted facilities (Hogg Memorial Auditorium, Student Activity Center, Student Services Building and Texas Union) as well as a vibrant student organization. They provide a wide array of student services, leadership development opportunities, study and event spaces, and food venues to enhance the student experience.
Through our ten departments, the Division of Student Affairs supports students throughout their university experience by providing the best and most innovative programs, facilities and services. We do that with the support of thousands of student workers and volunteers filling a broad range of positions.
Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 11:00am to 5:00pm
Gregory Gymnasium (GRE), Concourse
2101 SPEEDWAY , Austin, Texas 78712