University Student Employment

Student Employment provides an opportunity for students to earn money for personal expenses. Campus employment consists of the federal work-study and state student employment programs. Students usually work 10 hours per week and are paid every other week.

Community Service Learning (CSL) work opportunities are available to students who demonstrate a financial need according to the FAFSA. Under this program, students provide services to off-campus non-profit agencies that include activities in the fields of health care, literary training, education, welfare, social services, and neighborhood and community improvement.