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Undergraduate Employment

Living on campus is an exciting experience, due in no small part to those students who offer their time and talents above and beyond the demands of their own academic pursuits. There are four opportunities for students to be a part of the Campus Living & Learning team. Read more below to learn about these opportunities and their separate application processes.

Find out more regarding Campus Living & Learning's Customer Service Standards and Living in a Diverse World statement.

Community Leader

Are you called to make a difference in the lives of your peers? Consider serving as a Community Leader, and put that calling into action. In recognition of the commitment and leadership extended in this role, we offer a rewarding compensation package. The Community Leader receives a free room, a free meal plan, and a graduated stipend based on years of service ($400 - $1200). Read more...

Office Assistant

The Office Assistant represents Baylor University and Campus Living & Learning by providing information and general assistance to students living in the residence halls, parents, and visitors. Office Assistants are required to be professional, friendly, courteous, helpful, and proactive. Office Assistants must be students in good standing at Baylor University (minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA).

Office Assistants will work up to 20 hours per week. This position requires flexibility and a willingness to work shifts during the day, evening, and/or on the the weekends. The Office Assistant schedule is set at the start of each semester.

For more information, please review the job description. To apply, complete the online application.

Residential Technology Advisors

Residential Technology Advisors (RTAs) are the primary source of technical assistance for on-campus residents. RTAs support personal computers & technology, residential network, cable television, and telephone services via telephone troubleshooting, laptop drop-off and repair, and in-room appointments. Minimal computer experience required -- Training is provided! Schedules are flexible, but a potential RTA should be willing to work 10-15 hours per week, with a maximum of 20 hours per week.

Current RTAs have the opportunity to become Senior RTAs and/or Summer RTAs. Both positions include added responsibility and the potential for hourly wage increases.

To apply, please complete an application and return it to the Campus Living & Learning Central Office in Penland Hall (open weekdays 8:00am to 5:00pm).

Student Receptionist

The student receptionist assists Campus Living & Learning by serving as a friendly, courteous, and helpful first contact for visitors. Additionally, the student receptionist answers the telephone, providing excellent customer service. The student receptionist also assists with routine projects and tasks. A complete job description may be found here.

To apply, please complete an application and return it to the Campus Living & Learning Central Office in Penland Hall (open weekdays 8:00am to 5:00pm).

Summer Conference Positions

Each summer, Baylor hosts more than 60 summer conferences, and more than 8,000 guests spend at least one night in a residential facility. Conference Hall Directors (CHDs) are undergraduate student leaders who oversee and run one or more residence halls during the conference season. Because the CHD position is a full-time internship, students cannot be enrolled in classes. Hourly wages, housing and a meal plan are provided.


Living on campus is an exciting experience, due in no small part to those students who offer their time and talents above and beyond the demands of their own academic pursuits. There are four opportunities for students to be a part of the Campus Living & Learning team. Read more below to learn about these opportunities and their separate application processes. Find out more regarding Campus Living & Learning's Customer Service Standards and Living in a Diverse World statement. Community Leader
Are you called to make a difference in the lives of your peers? Consider serving as a Community Leader, and put that calling into action. In recognition of the commitment and leadership extended in this role, we offer a rewarding compensation package. The Community Leader receives a free room, a free meal plan, and a graduated stipend based on years of service ($400 - $1200). Read more...
Office Assistant
The Office Assistant represents Baylor University and Campus Living & Learning by providing information and general assistance to students living in the residence halls, parents, and visitors. Office Assistants are required to be professional, friendly, courteous, helpful, and proactive. Office Assistants must be students in good standing at Baylor University (minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA). Office Assistants will work up to 20 hours per week. This position requires flexibility and a willingness to work shifts during the day, evening, and/or on the the weekends. The Office Assistant schedule is set at the start of each semester. For more information, please review the job description. To apply, complete the online application.
Residential Technology Advisors
Residential Technology Advisors (RTAs) are the primary source of technical assistance for on-campus residents. RTAs support personal computers & technology, residential network, cable television, and telephone services via telephone troubleshooting, laptop drop-off and repair, and in-room appointments. Minimal computer experience required -- Training is provided! Schedules are flexible, but a potential RTA should be willing to work 10-15 hours per week, with a maximum of 20 hours per week. Current RTAs have the opportunity to become Senior RTAs and/or Summer RTAs. Both positions include added responsibility and the potential for hourly wage increases. To apply, please complete an application and return it to the Campus Living & Learning Central Office in Penland Hall (open weekdays 8:00am to 5:00pm).

Student Receptionist
The student receptionist assists Campus Living & Learning by serving as a friendly, courteous, and helpful first contact for visitors. Additionally, the student receptionist answers the telephone, providing excellent customer service. The student receptionist also assists with routine projects and tasks. A complete job description may be found here. To apply, please complete an application and return it to the Campus Living & Learning Central Office in Penland Hall (open weekdays 8:00am to 5:00pm).
Summer Conference Positions
Each summer, Baylor hosts more than 60 summer conferences, and more than 8,000 guests spend at least one night in a residential facility. Conference Hall Directors (CHDs) are undergraduate student leaders who oversee and run one or more residence halls during the conference season. Because the CHD position is a full-time internship, students cannot be enrolled in classes. Hourly wages, housing and a meal plan are provided.