Summer employment

The university employs students to work on campus during the summer months. Any traditional undergraduate student attending Bluffton University may apply for summer employment.

Summer employment for 2019, begins May 6 and ends August 25. Starting payrate is $8.55 per hour. Students who return to the same department the following summer may be eligible for an increase in pay. Paychecks are issued on the 15th of each month for time worked the previous month. Direct deposit into a personal bank account is an option.

Many summer jobs are 40 hours per week. Positions are available in buildings and grounds, dining services, heavy cleaning, Marbeck Center, technology center, library and various other offices. 

More information, including job descriptions, is available on Bluffton's College Central Network (CCN.)

Once on the site, follow these instructions to log on and view positions:

  • Scroll down and click “students” box
  • Enter your User ID/password (both should be student ID if first-time log in)
  • Click search - My School’s Jobs on left menu
  • In Company Name, search Learn & Earn (Summer)
  • Click blue job title to view information about each position
  • Complete the summer application by using the link on the CCN site, or completing the application below

Contact us if you have questions about summer employment at Bluffton University.


Contact information
Bluffton University information
I am currently a Bluffton University student
Grade level at Bluffton in the fall
Summer plans
Summer housing plans
I will be available to work
Did you work on campus last summer
Previous work experience
Starting with the most recent, describe paid positions, internships and volunteer experiences.
Job preference
Indicate the type of work you wish to apply for by checking below
If you are interested in working in a certain area on campus, please contact that supervisor to let them know of your interest. Supervisors will begin reviewing applications in January.
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