Work-study/Student Employment

The work-study/student employment program provides a great opportunity for students to earn money while in school.  Most positions pay minimum wage and students work approximately 10 hours per week.  Payroll is processed twice per month and earnings are paid directly to the student.

Students are allowed to have one on-campus job per semester.  This limitation applies to work-study, RA, and temporary positions.

If you are interested in having a work-study job please indicate so when asked that question on the FAFSA.

Students who have been awarded work-study or have registered for classes can access the page below to view the available jobs and complete an online application for the job(s) of interest.


 Current work-study/student employment jobs available


Hired Students

Once you receive an email notifying you that you have been hired, please complete the steps below:
  1. Return to the Intranet and accept the position by clicking "Accept" next to the appropriate job.

  2. Download, print, and complete a W-4, I-9, and Electronic Funds Transfer (Direct Deposit) form.

  3. Bring completed forms along with your Driver License (or state issued or school ID) and an original Social Security card to the Financial Affairs Office on the 3rd floor in Marshall Hall .

  4. Arrange your work schedule with your supervisor.

  5. Get time sheets from your supervisor or download here.