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Student Staff


Employment with the Oglesby Union at Florida State University is an opportunity that is sure to be a highlight of your collegiate experience. Students are employed in a wide variety of positions at the Oglesby Union Complex, Student Activities Center, Askew Student Life Center, Student Services Building, and FSU Flying High Circus. As an employee of the Union, you will be provided with opportunities for developing effective work habits, improved leadership skills, higher academic achievement, and a broader knowledge of programs and resources available to students of the University.

The Oglesby Union is one of the largest employers of students at Florida State University, employing close to 300 students in the units mentioned above. As a student employee, you are a valued member of our Oglesby Union team. We could not operate if it were not for the time and energy that our student employees put into their work, particularly in serving as “front line” staff, interacting with our customers on a daily basis.

If you are interested in applying for a job within the Oglesby Union, please click here for more information: union.fsu.edu/about-us/jobs/


This handbook has been developed to assist Oglesby Union student employees in making the most of their employment experience. In order to be successful in your job, it is important for you to read and review this handbook. Your knowledge of the information contained in this handbook will help you function as a full member of our team and, most importantly, provide excellent customer service.

Student Employee Handbook

Welcome to the Union Orientation

The purpose of the Welcome to the Union program is to share with new student employees the history of the Oglesby Union and its contribution within the Division of Student Affairs. It is also meant to inform students about the various Union departments and their staff. The orientation is a great way to meet other new student employees, learn some advice from students who have been working in the Union for some time, and to learn what is expected from them in their work environment, such as dress code, customer service and submitting time sheets.

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