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Phone: (305) 284-6641
Fax: (305) 284-6724
E-mail: ose@miami.edu
P.O. Box 248187
Miami, FL 33124-5250
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., EST
University Center, Suite 2275
1306 Stanford Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146-6927

Visitor Parking
There are parking meters located along Stanford Drive.

The Office of Student Financial Assistance and Employment is part of the Division of Enrollment Management. Student Employment is responsible for assisting and guiding degree-seeking students through the job search and placement process while attending the University of Miami.
Specifically, Student Employment:
  • Provides students with job opportunities on and off-campus which are delivered through five main programs: Federal Work Study Program, Miami Commitment Program, Student Assistant Program and Off-Campus (Job Locator Development) Programs and Graduate Assistantships/fellowships. View more on student information.
  • Provides departments and employers in the community effective services to facilitate the hiring of students to meet their part-time employment needs. View more on employer information.
  • Familiarizes and educates student employers and employees with the practices and procedures of student employment at the University of Miami, assuring that all institutional, governmental (state and federal) guidelines and requirements are met. View our Practices and Procedures Manual.

    Student Employment and/or its employees are members of the National Student Employment Association and Southern Student Employment Association.

    Student Employment's Mission is to provide exceptional employment services to University of Miami students, University employers and the community of South Florida. We excel at providing career related and employment services that enable students to develop skills, refine career goals, finance education, and integrate work experience with classroom learning. Concurrently, we strive to offer the university community and local employers an educated, qualified and motivated work force.
    Our goals are:
  • To exceed our students’ and employers’ expectations for our services
  • To assist students in earning money to finance their education
  • To provide a qualified, dependable, motivated work force for on and off-campus employers
  • To broaden students’ classroom education with work skills that will complement their course of study
  • To educate and assist employers in their role as student supervisors
  • To provide administrative support to employers
  • To facilitate, through our programs and services, the Division of Enrollments’ goals of recruitment and retention
  • To help students refine their unique talents and explore their career options
    Student Employment provides job opportunities to all students regardless of sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, race or creed.