For many students, part-time employment is the beginning of a record that will not only follow the student through college but also out into the working world after graduation.
Students should look at college employment as a chance to build a positive work record that may be used in the future to obtain employment.
It may also be advantageous for you to apply for financial aid to assist you with meeting your educational goals. This may also include being eligible for the Federal Work Study program. Visit the Student Financial Aid website to learn more about how you may qualify for these programs.
Find out if you are eligible and put student employment to work for you!
- Students should be enrolled in at least six hours of college-level courses or acceptable remedial courses. The credit hours must be 1000-level and above or remedial courses that qualify for financial aid.
- Students should carry at least six credit hours each term. The credit hour requirement may vary during summer semesters. Please check with the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
- Students must have and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale and must not be on disciplinary probation.
- Students who have financial aid awards must meet the Standards of Academic Progress.
- During fall and spring semesters, student employees should not exceed 20 hours of work per week.
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