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Student Employment

Human Resources Responsibilities

  • Will assist students in searching for jobs and submitting applications for the purpose of employment on-campus.

  • Help students obtain career-related and practical work experience.

  • Ensure College-wise compliance with Student Employment policies.

  • Help student employees understand their responsibilities and commitment to their job on-campus.

Qualifications for On-Campus Employment

  • The student must be in good academic standing and maintaining satisfactory academic progress. The student must maintain a 2.0 GPA or better.

  • The student is enrolled at least at a half-time basis of at least six hours during the Fall/Spring semesters, or at least three semester hours during each of the summer sessions, for a total of six semester hours.

  • The student is a citizen of the United States, a U.S. national or permanent resident.

  • Students can work at least 20 hours a week but, they cannot exceed 20 hours a week.

  • Work Study is a program that provides jobs for students with financial need, allowing them to earn more money to help pay educational expenses and reduce loan debt while subsidizing a portion of their wages. Work Study DOES NOT imply that students can study at the workplace.

How To Apply


Financial Aid


Off-Campus Student Employment

For information regarding off-campus employment, please contact or visit the Business and Industrial Technology department:

Hours of operation: 8:00am-5:00pm Monday through Friday
Location: Sheila McCarthy Umphrey Industrial Technology Center - Room 201 B
Telephone: (409) 984-6418