Work-Study Program


The Federal work-study program is a source of financial aid that is awarded by the Financial Aid Office and is based upon unmet financial need and availability of funding. If you have work-study listed as part of your financial aid package, you are eligible to apply for a part-time on-campus job available in numerous departments across campus. All undergraduate work-study students have been authorized to work up to eight hours per week for 14 weeks each semester. You will earn your award in the form of a bi-weekly paycheck, be paid for hours worked, and may spend the money as you see fit, whether that be for incidentals, books, fees, etc.

All awardees must apply for work-study positions through HuskyJOBS, Career Services’ on-line, on-campus/off-campus job management software system. You must upload your resume and apply for the positions of your choice using this system. Review the work-study program student guidelines for more information and detailed instructions for an easy and efficient process.

If you have not been awarded work-study, because you may be ineligible or funding has been exhausted, you are encouraged to seek alternative on-campus or community employment.

Work-study positions are listed below as they become available. Review and apply for all positions that interest you. We encourage you to apply for multiple positions to increase your chances of receiving a position of your choice.

Work-Study Positions

To apply for Work-Study positions on HuskyJOBS, login at:

There are no work-study positions available at this time.

Important Dates
July 10, 2013Application for Work-Study positions is OPEN
August 7, 2013Application for Work-Study positions is CLOSED
August 28, 2013Process your Fall bill by this date
August 30 or September 3, 2013Pick up your Work-Study Approval Form from the Financial Aid Office
September 3, 2013Report to your department to work and/or create your work schedule