Student Employment

UAA student employment positions are intended to offer convenient, on-campus employment opportunities to as many UAA students as possible. These positions are intended to be part-time and temporary, supplementing other sources of students’ financial support and promoting academic and career development, whenever possible.

In order to fulfill these intentions, the UAA Student Employment Guidelines and Procedures is provided and enforced as the standard practice for student employment. To request approval for an exception to these guidelines, please complete the Student Employment Waiver Form.

Student Affairs Operating Guidelines

For management action items requiring executive-level review and approval, see the Student Affairs Operating Guidelines.

 

Serving Beer or Wine

In order to serve beer or wine at a UAA event, the event organizer must submit for approval a Request to Serve Beer or Wine to the Dean of Students. Refer to the request document for full policies, guidelines, and instructions.

 

Advancing Staff Excellence

For professional development resources and opportunities, see the Advancing Staff Excellence page. 

Funding Granted for SA Opportunities

Core Themes

  • Student Centeredness: Develop and deliver collaborative programs and services to meet needs and interests identified by UAA's diverse and multicultural student body, which improve access, persistence, retention, and completion.
    1. Objectives:
    2. Improve the effectiveness and efficiency with which students enter the university, receive optimal placement and advising, and successfully navigate the many pathways to graduation.
      • FY13:    
      • New Student Orientation Staffing (partially funded) - $114,472
      • Enrollment Communications Specialist - $71,000
    3. Provide resources and programs focused on promoting success with first-year students.
      • FY12:    
      • Residence Life Classroom Enhancement - $33,923
        FY13:    
      • New Student Success Series - $2,000
      • Enrollment Communications Specialist - $71,000
      • MAP-Works - Increasing Graduation & Retention Rates - $170,676
    4. Provide resources and programs focused on promoting success with UAA's diverse student body.
      • FY12:    
      • Residence Life Classroom Enhancement - $33,923
        FY13:    
      • Seawolf Success Program & Multicultural Center Retention & Completion Advisor - $83,193
      • MAP-Works - Increasing Graduation & Retention Rates - $170,676
      • Military & Veteran Community Services - $89,135
    5. Develop services that utilize current and effective technology applications focused on promoting access, persistence, retention, and completion.
      •  FY13:    
      • Accessibility Interns - $37,337
    6. Provide a welcoming and supportive student-centered environment.      
        FY13:                
      • Care Team Coordinator - $74,629
      • Military & Veteran Community Services - $89,135
  • Student, Staff, and Faculty Well-being: Enrich intellectual, physical, emotional, social, cultural, and spiritual growth and wellness of students, staff, and faculty.
    1. Objectives:
    2. Provide services and programs that promote student wellness.
      • FY13:    
      • Care Team Coordinator - $74,629
    3. Provide services and an environment that promote staff and faculty wellness.
      • FY13:    
      • University Center Outdoor Break Area