To apply for a work study position listed below, you must have completed the FAFSA and be offered work study on your award notification in eServices.

Eligibility

The following are the eligibility requirements for work-study.

  • In order to be employed on campus utilizing State, Federal or Institutional funds, a student must always be enrolled at least half-time (six credits*).
  • Completed the FAFSA and awarded work-study funds
  • No academic/financial aid hold

*Summer term

  • In order to be employed on campus during the summer utilizing State, Federal or Institutional funds, a student must be enrolled at least six summer credits, or six fall credits. If a student is not enrolled in six summer credits but six fall credits, their eligibility will be dependent on what is left from the previous fall and spring term.
  • No academic/financial aid hold
  • Summer work study is split into two different sessions. The first session starts from the end of spring semester through June 30, and the second session starts July 1. In order for the student employee to continue, they must have completed their FAFSA for the new academic year, be awarded work-study funds, and be approved to work by the work-study coordinator.

Application process

  1. Contact the supervisor listed for the position to schedule an interview.
  2. If hired, complete the Work Study Authorization form with the supervisor and return the signed form along with the W4 and I9 forms and proof of identification to the Financial Aid Office.
  3. Wait for an email from the Work Study Coordinator to confirm your eligibility prior to starting the job. Allow 7-10 business days for approval.

On-Campus Student Employment


Job TitleDepartment
Clerical AssistantAccess Services
Student AmbassadorAdmission and Outreach
Clerical AssistantAdvising Center
Biology Lab AssistantBiology Department
Customer Service/Bookstore SalesBookstore
Care Center Front Desk Receptionist and Food Cupboard AssistantCARE Center
Chemistry Lab AssistantChemistry Department
Recruitment to the Brother-to-Brother programDiversity and Equity
Environmental Health and Safety AssistantFinance & Facilities
Customer Service RepresentativeFinancial Aid
Fitness Center AssistantFitness Center
Clerical AssistantInstitutional Research & Effectiveness
LIBRARY CIRCULATIONLIBRARY
Graphic Design AssistantMarketing & Communications
Web & Digital AssistantMarketing & Communications
Clerical AssistantPeer Tutoring
Lab AssistantPsychology
Student Security OfficerPublic Safety
Clerical AssistantRecords & Registration
Clerical AssistantSTEM Division
Attendant/MonitorStudent Life
Computer Lab AssistantTechnology Services
Clerical AssistantTesting Center
Clerical AssistantThe School of Liberal Arts and Academic Foundations
Peer TutorTutoring Center
Academic CoachTutoring Center
Customer Service RepresentativeUniversity Center
Clerical/Front Desk AssistantWorkforce Innovation & Experiential Learning (WIEL) Center
Writing TutorWriting Center