Self Help/Work Study
Student worker positions are available in almost every office and department at Pierpont.
Students may apply online for positions available campus-wide. Student hiring managers from various areas on campus post their vacant positions, interview and select employees. The goal is to make the hiring process as seamless as possible while creating a student work experience similar to the "real world." We encourage you to visit the website regularly to check for new job postings.
How to Apply for Student Employment:
- On our homepage, select “Job Openings.”
- Click “Search Postings” on left-hand menu.
- For Type of Position, select “Student Employment.
- ” Click “Search.
- ” Click “View” under position.
- To apply to the position, click “Apply To Posting.”
- Complete application process.
Job Alert Information
Some areas will require a large number of student hires frequently throughout the year. These areas include, but are not limited to, the Falcon Center and residence halls. If you apply, but are not hired for a particular position in one of these areas, please do not let this discourage you from applying for the same position if it is posted at a later date.
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Work Programs - We have two sources of funding for student employment: Federal College Work Study, which is a need based program; and Auxiliary, which is a non-need based program.
Federal College Work Study
A limited number of part-time jobs (up to 20 hours per week) are available on-campus or near campus through the Federal Work Study program. Federal College Work Study (FCWS) is a program in which funds are awarded to students based on their eligibility derived from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).This aid in not applied toward Pierpont charges, rather participating students receive regular paychecks for hours worked.
If offered, employment should be accepted only if you feel comfortable with an additional responsibility beyond your class schedule. Students must also meet basic eligibility requirements and have financial need. Priority is given to students who complete the FAFSA by March 1st. Job locations are varied and include almost every segment of the institution: administrative and academic departmental offices, laboratories, athletics, library, residence halls, recreation center and safety and security.
Click here for Information about Federal Work-Study from the U.S. Department of Education.
Auxiliary Work Study
- The Auxiliary program is funded directly by the institution.
- Auxiliary earnings are not applied to tuition or other institutional charges.
- Students are limited to 20 hours of work per week. The wage rate varies.
- Job locations are varied and include almost every segment of the institution: administrative and academic departmental offices, laboratories, residence halls, recreation center and safety and security.