Student work study employment positions are available each year through various departments on campus. This program is administered by the Financial Aid Office in cooperation with Office of Career & Outreach Services.
A FAFSA is required.
The acceptance of work study is not a guarantee of employment. Applications are mailed to students with their award letters. Completed applications are returned to Office of Career & Outreach Services. Upon employment, students must submit a copy of their social security card and complete a W-4 form.
A student may not work in excess of twenty hours per week during periods of enrollment. Students are paid once a month for hours worked, and this money is not available at registration. If a student is dismissed from employment, the college has no responsibility to adjust the financial aid award to make up for lost eligibility.
The workship program is state funded and students need not demonstrate a financial need to qualify for a workship position.
Students may not work in excess of twenty hours per week during periods of enrollment.
Click here to submit an application for student employment.