Student Employment is a resource for students seeking on and off campus employment, as well as Work-Study, Community Service, and Family Literacy program opportunities.  Lawrence Tech offers opportunities for regular part-time employment up to 20 hours per week.  Applications for all student employment positions are accepted in our online job resource database, CareerQuest. 

Career Advisors are available to assist in navigation, resume writing and critiquing, co-op and internship help, interest inventories, interview practice sessions as well as other services. The Office of Career Services may be contacted at or at 248.204.3140. 

Using the CareerQuest system does not guarantee an interview or employment, but will help streamline the process of job searching. 

Policy Change
NOTE: Students not registered for summer classes (and students registered for 3 credits or less) may work up to 30 hrs/week during the summer term if they are registered for fall classes.  Students who are taking more than 3 credits during summer term are subject to the 20 hour per week maximum imposed during the standard academic year.

Rebecca Truitt Lab Job 2013

Looking for a job on campus?

1. Click on CG Login 1

  • Blackboard Username
  • Initial Password: 8-digit birth date (MMDDYYYY)
  • Upload a resume (Documents tab)

2. Select the tab ‘Jobs and Internships’

  • Keyword search ‘Lawrence’
  • Review on campus jobs

In addition to providing extra income, supervision and guidance while at the University, campus employers support student employees in their academic endeavors. On-campus employment has been shown to contribute to both academic success and professional and personal success after graduation. 

Join our Campus Dining Team (ARAMARK) and take advantage of the benefits:

  • Convenient Location
  • Flexible Hours
  • Competitive Wages
  • Earn Free Meals

To apply for employment opportunities go to or stop by the Campus Dining office located in the atrium of the Buell Management building.

Aramark Photo 1 2013 Aramark Photo 2 2013

All Student Assistants

Please download, complete, and print each of the following forms. Submit all completed forms to your direct supervisor to complete the hiring process.

Student Employment Handbook PDF image

Student Employment Hiring ProcessPDF image

Application for Employment PDF image

Confidentiality Agreement PDF image

Federal (Form W-4 (2014) PDF image

State of MI (Form MI W-4PDF image

Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification PDF image

Payroll Direct Deposit (FA-1012) PDF image


Additional Forms for International Student Employees

If you are an interantional student hired by the univesity for on campus employment please complete the following forms. After completion submit all forms to your direct supervisor. 

Non-Resident Alien Tax Information & Tax Treaty Instructions PDF image

Non-U.S. Citizen Employee Tax Assessment PDF image