Federal Work-Study

The Federal Work-Study Program provides students with the opportunity to work part-time and earn a bi-weekly paycheck.  Funds earned can be used to help pay education expenses. Work-study funds are not applied directly to the student’s bill.

  • To qualify, students must file the FAFSA (and answer YES to the Federal Work-Study  question on the FAFSA) and meet certain need-based criteria
  • The total amount of work-study awarded is what the student is eligible to earn for the academic year.  Work-study award amounts are listed as part of the financial aid award in MaineStreet.

For more information on Federal Work-Study, available jobs and the procedure for beginning work as well as for general assistance and guidance, please contact our office.


Each year, the Office of Student Employment celebrates National Student Employment Recognition week. This year, the week will be celebrated from April 10-16, 2022. This honors both supervisors and student employees.

Supervisors – Please help us honor your outstanding students by nominating them for 2021-2022’s Student Employee of the Year.

Undergraduate Employee of the Year

Graduate Employee of the Year

Student employees – Please help us honor your supervisor by nominating them for Student Employee Supervisor of the Year 2021-2022. 

Supervisor of the Year