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The College offers work opportunities for students in almost all areas of the college community. Students interested in student employment must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Work-study funds are limited and are awarded to the first students meeting all application and need requirements. Only students with financial needs as determined by the FAFSA may receive Federal Work-Study.
The Student Employment Coordinator can provide assistance in finding a job on or off-campus. Regular student employment is available in some departments for students who do not qualify for work-study. Both Federal Work-Study and regular student employment positions pay above the federal minimum wage; some positions require special skills and are paid accordingly.
Student work earnings will be paid by check twice each month. Paychecks can be picked up at the Cashier’s Window on the 15th and 30th or 16th and 31st.
For more information, visit the Human Resources office located at the Main Campus or email email@example.com .