If you would like to become a work-study student, begin by visiting the campus Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility. Financial Aid is housed in the Student Response Center, located at 232 Capen Hall on the North Campus.
All payments to work-study students are processed through University Human Resources, located in Crofts Hall on the North Campus.
Once you are a work-study student, your time sheet can be filled out by going to the link below:
If you are having trouble using the College Work Study Timesheet System, our quick e-learning course can help.
Are you a work-study supervisor?
If you are looking for supervisor instructions, please visit our college work-study supervisor page at the link below for more information:
Student Assistant Salary Guidelines
Effective July 1, 2010, the minimum and maximum student assistant hourly rates are as follows:
- Minimum $7.25/hr
- Maximum $17.91/hr
For further information about student employment and policies, see the Helpful Documents section on this page.
Looking for a part-time job?
The Career Services office can help you locate a job on or off campus, including identifying opportunities for summer employment. For more information, visit the Part-Time Employment Program (PEP) website.
The last date for the program
*Or as funding permits
|Returning Fall 2013 Semester
It is the student’s and the supervisor’s responsibility to monitor remaining balances. The Federal work-study program will not compensate students for any hours worked beyond the deadline dates outlined above and/or hours work over their annual award. Compensation for hours worked over their annual award and/or deadline date will become the responsibility of the department.
These procedures are mandated by federal regulations and it is imperative that all students/supervisors adhere to these guidelines.
Federal Work Study Students and State Student workers are eligible to join the ERS retirement system. Submit the NYS Employees' Retirement System Membership form to either request an application or decline membership.