Frequently Asked Questions Who is eligible to apply for Student Employment?All UConn students are eligible to apply for employment on the School of Law campus. Non-UConn students (undergraduate, graduate, and high school over age 16) may apply for employment; however UConn students are given hiring priority. How do I find open positions at the Law School?Search for job openings on the School of Law campus through the UConn JobX website. How do I apply?To apply for on-campus student employment, students must submit a resume (Word.doc or pdf) through the JobX website and/or directly to the Office of Student Employment at the School of Law. Whom can I contact about applying for a Student Employment position?For advice and assistance with employment applications, contact staff in the Office of Student Employment or call (860) 570-5109. Where is the Student Employment Office on campus?The Office of Student Employment is located in the Thomas J. Meskill Law Library, Room 332, 39 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT 06105 What are the Office of Student Employment's hours?The Office of Student Employment is open Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM. What forms are required to begin working?Upon the offer of employment on the School of Law campus, several forms need to be completed in the Office of Student Employment before beginning work. What is Work Study?Work Study Awards are the self-help part of a student's financial aid package with the funds originating from the federal government. What is Student Labor?Student Labor refers to funding from the University of Connecticut and often supports the work of students who do not have a federal Work Study Award.