Student Employment

Working on campus helps you earn money 
to pay for your educational expenses.
  
You work around your class schedule providing you the flexibility needed to be a successful student.

  There are two types of student employment on campus.

  • Federal Work-Study - Students who have applied for financial aid and been offered work-study on their award letter.
  • Regular Student Employment - Students who may not have applied for financial aid or students not offered work-study on their award letter.


How to Apply for Student Employment



Federal Work Study
 - Complete the Federal Financial Aid Application (FAFSA).
Accept work-study on the award letter.  
Complete the campus student employment application and return it to Tracy Schwinn.



Regular Student Employment
 - Complete the campus student employment application and return it to Tracy Schwinn.

Student employment application



Rate of Pay

New student workers start at the base rate of $7.50 per hour. A raise of 25 cents per hour will be given to returning students at the start of their second academic year. Note takers are paid $75 per semester per course with half paid mid-semester and the remaining half paid at the finish of the semester. Student Ambassadors hired through Student Services are also paid a $100 lump sum per semester at the finish of each semester.