Work Study is a campus-based employment program, which allows students to work part time and earn money to help pay for educational expenses such as tuition, fees, room and board. There are two types of work study: Federal Work Study and Institutional Work Study.
Students can fill out an application on Eagle Jobnet. Federal and/or Institutional Work Study assistance must fit into the student's financial aid package. There are a limited number of work-study positions available, and there are no guarantees that a student will actually be selected for a work study position. The James C. Denneny Career Development Center has more information regarding work study positions.
If a student has been selected for a position, they are required to complete a W-4 form and an I-9 form in the Payroll Office. Minimum wage rates are paid. Time sheets need to be turned into the Payroll Clerk in the Business Office by the fifth of the month. Paychecks are available in the Business Office on the tenth of each month (September 10 - June 10) for hours worked the prior month.
Work-study agreement - Agreement to completed by the student and the work-study supervisor.
Note: The timesheet must be completed by the student, signed by the supervisor, and submitted to the Payroll Office on the last working day of the month.