Student Job Database

Job Location and development system


The Job Database is a federally funded referral service for current USA students seeking employment. The job referral services are provided to help students meet the increasing cost of education. Students do not have to be eligible for federal student aid to use this service.


  • The Database site requires Internet Explorer 5 or better.
  • Your login name is your Jag Number. Your password, if this is your first time logging into the new system, is "password". Once you have logged in and changed your password, please use this new password to login. Your new password should be at least five characters and should NOT BEGIN with a number.

  • You must be CURRENTLY enrolled in a degree seeking-program and must be a U.S. citizen to login. If you are not a U.S. citizen, see the Office of International Services for job opportunities.
  • Note that during a particular semester you must be currently enrolled in that semester. Being enrolled for the next semester will not grant you access to the system if you are not enrolled in the current semester. Between semesters, anyone who is enrolled for the next semester will have access to the system. Being enrolled for the previous semester will not grant you access to the system if you are not enrolled in the upcoming semester. The switch from one semester to the next (for the purpose of this Job Database application) is the last day of exams.


  • If you did not have a valid SSN upon first registering with the University, you may have assigned you a temporary number. If you have since obtained an SSN please contact the Registrar and update your information and email the Database Manager to let us know your SSN has been updated.
  • If you need to contact the Database Manager, please include your full name, Jag Number, and your JagMail email ID (the portion before This is not required if you email from your JagMail email account. Also provide a brief explanation of your difficulty.

The University of South Alabama and the Office of Financial Aid are not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of the off-campus employment. The University does not make any representation as to the working conditions that may exist at any place of employment. Use of this system shall be entirely at the risk of the users hereof and the University expressly disclaims any and all liability with respect thereto. It is the responsibility of the student to research the integrity of the organizations to which they are applying. The student is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or private party.