Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Undergraduate Work-Study Program provides hourly-wage, part-time jobs for students with financial need. Due to limited Federal funds, student employment is based on a first come, first serve basis. Interested students must complete the FAFSA and indicate that they are interested in Federal Work Study and have eligibility. As Federal Work Study is awarded, deadlines will be placed on completing the employment paperwork prior to the beginning of employment.
|Eligibility Requirements||Go to financial aid web page Financial Aid Eligibility Requirements for general and program-related requirements.|
|Aid Awarded||Awarded to students with exceptional financial need, is based on fund availability. Students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) as part of the application process for FWS assistance.|
|Annual Award Amount for an Academic Year||Maximum award amount : $5400|
|Pay Schedule||Work study students receive a pay check bi-weekly.|
Non-federal Work-Study Program
Student Employment positions are funded either by Federal Work Study or Institutional Funds. If you are not awarded Federal Work Study, there are still job opportunities available on campus that do not require the Federal Work Study award.
These positions are limited in number. Some require certifications such as Lifeguard, CPR, and First Aid, while others will require some experience with computer troubleshooting, media services equipment, Photoshop and/or other layout and design programs. Be sure to list all of your skills and/or certifications in your cover letter and resume.
Search the job postings for the following departments:
- Athletics - Fitness and Training Center
- Campus Life
- Learning Resource Center - Tutors and SI Coaches
- Media Services - Saint Leo University TV and Radio
- Recreation Department - Pool and Lake Personnel
- Science Labs – Pre-Lab and Lab Assistants
- Student Newspaper
- Yearbook Staff
- UTS - Help Desk
Please contact us for more information at (800) 240-7658 or (352) 588-7403 or via email: email@example.com.
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