FIRST STEPS.  Student staff must be on current work study.  Student workers must go through the Student Success Center to visit with the Career Services office to start official paperwork. [email protected]


  • Read and react to all paperwork requests on time, including time sheets, email, and text responses.
  • Practice effective time management and use sub-requests in a timely manner.
  • CPR/AED. You must have proof of current ADULT AED/CPR training to work for the Student Rec Centers.   (Free training will be provided for you within 60 days of your employment date.)

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.  Provide helpful front-desk check-in service.

  • Awareness of, and appreciation for, individual uniqueness and diversity.
  • Always oversee the facility to ensure the safety of participants, the building, and its equipment.
  • Help to educate patrons on rules and policies-of-use for the weight room, the groupX room, cardio equipment, weight equipment and multi-purpose gym use.
  • Maintain cleanliness and follow sanitization protocol for named spaces.
  • Mandatory use of college email.  Understanding of Microsoft Word and Excel preferred.
  • Knowledge of exercise is a plus but not a requirement.  On-the-job training provided!
  • Able to lift 50 lbs.

WORK HOUR OPTIONS: Our work schedule provides shifts in increments of ninety minutes to two hours. Shifts may be worked in multiple ways. For example, a student may work a shift from 8-10 am and another shift from 7:30-9 pm, on any given day, providing it works with your lifestyle.

Students on work-study may work up to 12 hours per week if they meet the necessary requirements. Time limits vary for departmental pay and part-time pay student help.