The Work-Study program gives students the opportunity to earn part or all of their financial need by working on campus or off campus in community service positions while they are in school. Examples of the jobs available are: teacher’s aide, clerk, grounds person, custodian, and lab assistant. Your wage will be determined by the type and difficulty of the work that you choose.
If your financial aid award letter for the current academic year indicates a work-study award, make sure you attend the work-study orientation. You can get dates and times of the orientation from our office. Those dates and times will be posted on this page soon.
Click on the "Work-Study Jobs" button on the left to view positions that are available. Please review the information in each job request very carefully as not all positions will match up well with your personal skills.
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