Part-time employment opportunities based on need as determined by the award letter.
How to apply
Fill out the application for Student Work.
How it works
- If there is demonstrated need, students will be packaged with Federal Work-Study and the financial aid award letter will include the dollar amount of the Federal Work-Study award. The amount on the award letter indicates the maximum earnings permitted during the academic period. It does not guarantee a job nor that they will be able to earn the stated maximum.
- Check the bulletin board at the Financial Aid and Student Employment Office for openings. Inquire at campus offices about upcoming jobs.
- Remember: A neat and complete application makes the best first impression on prospective employers.
Requirements and terms of employment
- Maintain financial aid satisfactory academic progress and a minimum of six credit hours of enrollment during the fall and spring semesters. Failure to meet the requirements will result in termination of employment.
- Download a copy of the Student Worker Guide for the terms of employment. There may be an opportunity to perform community service as part of your work-study program.
- Students earn minimum wage and are paid bi-monthly from the Payroll Office.
Regular Student Work
Part-time employment opportunities for students enrolled at least half-time (six credit hours) during the fall and spring semesters.
How to apply
Contact the Financial Aid Office for summer semester enrollment requirements.
- Financial aid eligibility is not required, but all student workers must maintain satisfactory academic progress as described in this onlle financial aid handbook.
- Students who are currently in default on any educational loan or owe a repayment of Title IV funds are ineligible.
- All other information is identical to that described under Federal Work Study above.