A student must be enrolled at least half time (6 credit hours) to apply for an on campus job paid from Federal Work Study funds.
Priority for job placement will be given to early applicants who have unmet financial aid need as demonstrated by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Some on campus jobs require workers to have special skills to fulfill the requirements of the job. When possible, these skills will be considered.
A student must maintain an academic standard to be employed on campus. The minimum academic requirements are described in the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy.
Students are expected to stay with the same job all year. If a particular situation warrants a job change the student must appeal to the Financial Aid Office.
When a student resigns from a position, the supervisor must contact the Financial Aid Office.
Positions that become vacant can be filled with another eligible student.
Supervisors will be required to evaluate student performance. The evaluation is kept on file for future reference.