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Student Employment manages employment programs through Federal Work-Study (FWS) and university hourly student employment. View a list of available student employment jobs »

Federal Work Study

Undergraduate students that demonstrate financial need could qualify for Federal Work-Study (FWS). FWS funds are limited and students are responsible for applying, interviewing, and obtaining a part-time university job to benefit from this program. The maximum amount of part-time work is 20 hours per week.

To qualify, students must be enrolled in at least half-time (6 hours), have good academic standing, and complete the FAFSA

University Hourly Employment

All undergraduate students have the opportunity to obtain a university job as long as the student is enrolled at least half-time (6 hours) and has good academic standing.

Students are responsible for applying, interviewing, and obtaining a part-time university job. The maximum amount of part-time work is 20 hours per week.

Payment

Student employment positions on campus typically pay minimum wage and are paid out monthly, for hours worked, by direct deposit. Once a campus job is obtained, students have the opportunity to increase their annual wage by participating in the Career Pathing Program.