College Work Study
Students with limited family resources as determined by the results of the FAFSA are provided this federally–funded opportunity to earn “spending money” through part–time, on–campus employment.
Obtain and complete a Student Work Application and return it to the Placement and Career Development Office located in C207. Upon submitting a completed application, you should meet personally with a placement office staff member to discuss your qualifications and availability for work. The Placement and Career Development Office personnel will then attempt to match a student’s academic background, work availability, and previous work history with corresponding departmental vacancies.
Students can work no more than 16 hours per week, with some positions requiring less hours. The exception is, during breaks, students may work up to 28 hours per week. The salary is minimum wage and pay checks are issued the 5th and 20th of each month. Minimum enrollment is 12 credit hours per semester for Fall and Spring and 6 credit hours for Summer. A job is not guaranteed, and you are not guaranteed to earn your entire award.