Student Employment Student Employment in the Division of Student Life


There are numerous resources available on the West Lafayette campus. A few are listed below with a brief overview of the services provided. More information can be found by visiting the department's website.

Boiler Financial Track

Boiler Financial Track aims to help Purdue University students learn to manage their money effectively and provides the education and guidance needed to empower them to make informed financial decisions during their college careers and throughout life.

Center for Career Opportunities

The Center for Career Opportunities (CCO) serves undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, employers, faculty and staff. They offer multiple programs and services to assist in the career search and decision-making process. They also support employers in their recruitment efforts for professional positions and internships. 

Students: Log into your myCCO account to view off-campus positions, internships, and professional opportunities.

Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) ensures universal access to classes, programs and activities. Purdue has designated the DRC to determine reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

Division of Financial Aid

The Division of Financial Aid offers a variety of programs and services to help students and their families eliminate financial barriers to a Purdue education. They also provide oversight for the Federal Work-Study program.

The Graduate School

The Graduate School provides oversight for graduate staff appointments and terms and conditions of employment of graduate student staff. The Graduate School also provides funding resources for graduate students, including fellowships and assistantships.

International Students & Scholars

The Office of International Students and Scholars (ISS) provides services and support to international clientele and University departments and offices. They also provide oversight for international student employment including eligibility and working hours.

Office of Professional Practice

The Office of Professional Practice (OPP) facilitates the experiential education and professional practice of Purdue University students within the academic environment of the institution and its global partners, participates in academic research within the field of professional practice, and assists academic units with enhanced employer engagement. OPP offers formal programs in 5-Session Co-Op, 3-Session Co-Op, internship, and research formats.


OneCampus provides quick links to frequently used employee systems and reports including salary statements, timekeeping, the Employee Launchpad, and more.


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