Yes. However, there are typically fewer jobs available because the number of students on campus is reduced and, therefore, departments don't need as many employees to meet demands. Some of the best jobs for the summer are grounds, facilities, and food service. If you think you want to spend time during the summer attending school, it could be worthwhile to start a job with one of these units during the regular academic year and seek to extend your employment into the summer. However, your department may not be able to extend your employment for the summer. Check with your supervisor or potential supervisor before making plans.

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