University Housing Student Employment Application

University Housing uses a universal application for all positions, except RA and RHA. (for details on RA and RHA, visit www.ra.uwm.edu).

If you would like to be considered for employment with University Housing, please complete the application form below. Your application will remain valid and on file until June 30. When your application expires, you will be notified at the email address you provide, so that you can submit a new application, should you wish.

Minimum Qualifications for All University Housing Student Employment Positions:

  • Enrolled in at least a part-time course load (does not apply for positions in summer and winter break periods).
  • GPA of 2.5 in most recently completed term.
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Satisfactory completion of University Criminal Background Check and University Housing Resident and Guest Behavior Check.

For a list of position descriptions, please visit www.uwm.edu/housing/hrstudent.

Application Form

University Housing Student Employment Application

  • Check all that apply
  • Please note: upper-level titles may require prior relevant work experience.
  • Check all that apply.
  • (Additional hours may be available in the summer)
  • If currently undecided, please type "Undecided"
  • If you are not a UWM Student, please leave blank.
  • UWM Students: If you are uncertain, please access your current Financial Aid Award in PAWS to determine this answer.
  • Drop files here or
    Maximum size of all files combined: 5MB. If your attachments are larger, please email to: hebert@uwm.edu.
  • Business/Company Name
  • What position did you hold for the employer listed above?
  • Describe in one paragraph the work you did for the employer listed above.
  • Business/Company Name
  • What position did you hold for the employer listed above?
  • Describe in one paragraph the work you did for the employer listed above.
  • Share with us the skills and knowledge you have that will make you successful as an employee of University Housing. Highlight any experiences you believe are relevant or transferable.
  • What are your expectations for this position supporting your future career goals?
  • University Housing employees agree to work no more than a total of 25 hours per week. Employees exceeding the cumulative 25 hour per week maximum will be subject to employment discipline up to and including termination. Hours may be scheduled at less than 25 hours dependent upon unit needs and budgetary resources. Employees may work 40 hours per week during the 13‐week summer break with prior permission granted from a full‐time staff University Housing supervisor. On campus employment in addition to a University Housing position requires an employee to maintain a cumulative 25 hours that must be tracked by the employee.

    Link to EEO Statement

    Link to Reasonable Accommodations Policy