Division of Campus Life

Student Employment

Develop personal and professional skills that will support your success. 

Student employees in the Division of Campus Life provide important educational programs, peer mentoring and advising, resource identification and personal support to their fellow students.

As many as 850 undergraduate and graduate student employment positions exist within the Division of Campus Life. Around 100 students hold multiple leadership positions within the Division.

Four of the largest programs employing students include the Community Coordinators Program in the Office of Residential Life, the Bruno Orientation Leaders Program, the Peer Educators Program in BWell Health Promotion and Peer Counseling Programs in the identity centers. 

Being a member of the Campus Life Student Advisory Board and working within the Division as a Communications Specialist has enabled me to grow in a personal and professional capacity. I am thankful for the supportive peers and staff members around me and immensely grateful for the opportunities to contribute to and take advantage of the bidirectional learning environment that is the essence of the Division of Campus Life.

Kelly Wei '25
Kelly Wei '25 adding food to her plate from a buffet

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The Division of Campus Life strives to advance the growth of student employees as leaders by identifying and assessing universal learning outcomes and establishing a greater sense of shared community and purpose among the students working in the Division. Intentional opportunities connect employment and leadership experiences in the Division with skills and experiences students will need to further their post-Brown lives. 

All student employment is centrally managed through University Human Resources. Visit the Student Employment page to search for open positions.

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