Campus Recreation

West Chester University

Student Recreation Center
Campus Recreation
275 North Campus Dr.
West Chester, PA 19383
Ph: 610.436.1REC
Fax: 610.436.3088

Student Employment

Campus Recreation Department/Position Applications

Fitness Programs

Sport Clubs

Facilities - Accepting applications until Monday, April 4th 2016


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Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  Can I apply for multiple student positions?

A: Yes, you can apply for as many jobs as you like. Please make sure to apply individually to each area of Campus Recreation in which you are interested. Please also note to the right of the area you are interested if they are accepting applications.


Q:  Who can apply for a student position in the Student Recreation Center?

A:  Any current full-time or part-time West Chester student can apply. 


Q:  What hours can I expect to work?

A:  Each student has a unique schedule, so we work to help you schedule hours that will best accommodate your busy schedule.  Students, on average, can expect to work between 5 - 8 hours per week. 

Q:  I have another student position on campus; can I still apply to work in the Student Recreation Center?

A:  Yes, you can still apply to work at the Student Recreation Center if you have another student position on campus. However, if you are student receiving financial aid as "work study", you may not apply since you have been assigned to anothere department.  Once your contract year is completed, you may request to be transferred to Campus Recreation.

Interview Process


Q:  How will I know if I am not selected for an interview?

A:  If you turned in an application and you are invited for an interivew you will be contacted via email from what you have listed on your application.

Federal Work Study

Q:  Can I apply if I am in the federal work-study program?

A:  Yes, you can still apply if you are in the federal work-study program.  Please note, work-study students can only work a maximum of hours per week cited on your contract. 

Campus Resources

Q:  I’m stuck on some of the application components.  What references are available on campus that can help? 

A:  There are many resources available on campus if you need help on the appliction.


  • Application Questions, Reference Questions, and Interview References:  The Twardowski Career Development Center, located on the second floor of Lawrence Center offers a variety of services and resources to assist students and alumni with starting and advancing your career, for example:
    • Individual appointments for assistance with identifying major and career options
    • Career exploration and job search resources in our resource room and online
    • Resume writing assistance and personalized feedback
    • Interview advice and preparation
    • Career fairs, on-campus interviews by employers, and other networking connections


Contact for More Information

Q:  Who can I contact if I have more information?

A:  Specific questions can be addressed to the following individuals: 

  • Kelsey Jaros ( for Fitness Programs
  • Pat Shank ( for Facilities
  • Pete Vincent ( for Intramural Sports
  • Nick Moon ( for Sport Clubs


General questions can be directed to


We can also be reached by phone:  610-436-1REC