Work Study Program
As part of a financial aid award package, some students may be eligible to work at on-campus student jobs or off-campus community service jobs.
Most students in work-study employment spend about ten hours per week in their job. Work study employment is largely based on financial need, and a limited amount is available to students who do not demonstrate need.
If you are awarded work-study and are interested in finding a work-study position, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
For more information, please refer to our Work Study Handbook.
Please see the Financial Aid Office staff for information on current work study position openings. Various positions are available throughout the year.
Biology Lab Assistant
Center for Academic Achievement
College in the Schools
Football Team Assistant
Housing Resident Attendant
Human Resources Clerk
Human Services Internship
IT Work Study Supervisor
IT Lab Supervisor
Records and Switchboard
Student Life and Gym