What is Work-Study?
Work-Study is federal student aid that is based on need and awarded as part of the total financial aid package. Most students positions on campus require work-study funding for eligibility.
- Students must complete the FAFSA (free application for federal student aid) to see if they qualify for work-study. If they do qualify, it will be listed on their PRISM Student Center page under financial aid. Students must accept work-study on their PRISM account before they inquire about jobs. Contact the campus Solution Center with questions.
- Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credits during the semester that they want to work. If their enrollment falls below 6 credits, the student is immediately terminated from their student job(s).
- A student must be enrolled in classes in order to work. If a student withdraws from school, the student is terminated from their student job(s) on the last day of enrollment.
- A student must make satisfactory academic progress (SAP). In other words, a work-study student needs to keep moving toward degree completion by earning passing grades and completing at least 2/3 of their classes. If a student has a SAP hold (financial aid suspension) placed on their record, the student may not work until the hold is removed. Contact the campus Solution Center with questions about reinstatement.
Work-Study positions for 2017 - 2018:
America Reads Program Tutor
Continuing Education Student Assistant
Prepare signs and rosters for classes
Work with director to compile promo materials for first day class distribution
Customer service representative for CE office
Check and return messages
Take class registrations
Promote all CE programs via customer contact
Brochure racks and bulletin boards are stocked and looking great
Unlock all classrooms and greet instructor/students
Special projects as assigned
Ensure instructors have SMART classroom instructions, rosters, handouts, and materials they need for classes.
Assist faculty with all special requests – iPad cord, Mac compatibility, etc.
Assist students to find their classroom
Prep for each shift to make sure it runs smoothly
Rosters/folders with handouts ready in rooms
Computers logged on
Signage is properly placed
Student Affairs Office
Preferred Skills: Good academic standing. People oriented; good oral and written skills; be able to work independently and possess a willingness to learn. Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
Hours Needed: 8-12 hours/week. Flexible. 3-5 students needed.
Hours Needed: 4-16 hours per week. On call.
Hours Needed: 5-10 hours per week. To be arranged.
Contact: Dr. Swapnil Tripathi, CSEPA Department
Phone: (262) 335-5200
Preferred Skills: Preferably a student who is majoring in Biology and has taken Bacteriology or a course in chemistry, botany or biology.
Hours Needed: Flexible, but about 8 hours per week are required.
Contact: Dr. Toye Ekunsanmi, Biology Department
Phone: (262) 335-5250, Ext. 254
Preferred Skills: Basic math skills, computer skills, and ability to follow directions with attention to detail.
Required: A grade of B or higher in an undergraduate Chemistry course.
Preferred Requisite: Full year of CHE 145 and CHE 155, or equivalent, with a grade of B or higher. This requirement may be waived with the instructor's approval.
Hours Needed: 8 hours per week. Flexible.
Preferred Skills: Computer skills (knowledge of, or willingness to learn Word, Access, Excel, etc.), legible handwriting, ability to work independently and attention to detail. Interest in science, especially earth science.
Hours Needed: 5-10 hours per week. Flexible.
Contact: Robert Sanborn, Geography Department
Preferred Skills: High school theatre activities and/or industrial arts background.
Hours Needed: 15 hours/week - Late Fall 2015 through Spring 16.
Heavy emphasis/mandatory hours during production time (February- March 2016). May also assist with visiting artist series (lights and ticket taking).
Contact: Rick Ponzio, Theatre Arts Department