Student Employment 

Federal Work Study Employment, through Federal government funding, provides eligible students with the opportunity to work on or off campus and earn funds as an alternative to loan debt. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to qualify. Students can obtain positions both on and off campus for work study and non-work study employment.  Work Study pay ranges from $10-$17/hour.

Federal Work Study Announcement

If you are interested in participating in the Federal Work-Study Program for the 2014-2015 academic year, please complete your FAFSA before March 1, 2014. 

2014-2015 FAFSA Priority Deadline February 28, 2014  Link to:  www.FAFSA.gov

What is Work Study?

Pay Periods

Orientation & Forms For Students

Starting Academic Year 2011-2012 Federal Work Study Students can hold only one position.

Orientation & Forms For Supervisors

 Direct Deposit

  •  Effective July 1, 2010, the CPB will no longer print the direct deposit pay advices (DDPA) for distribution to employees.  Therefore, it is essential for all Direct Deposit employees currently receiving their printed copy of the direct deposit pay advice to sign up for electronic delivery via the Payroll Online Service Center (POSC) from the CPB website.  Please click here for instructions on how to sign up using the POSC.  If employees need historical pay advice information, they can retrieve the information from the POSC.  It offers the most current 12 months of pay advice information to employees using direct deposit. 

  

Apply for Jobs

Please click here for a listing of available Federal Work Study jobs.

Time Sheets

Click here for instructions on how to use the electronic time sheets.

Announcements

  • Only students who are awarded FWS Funds can participate in the FWS Program.
  • Students must complete a Job Certification form and have it signed by the supervisor before they begin working.
  • A new FWS Student must complete a payroll packet before they begin to work.
  • Students will not receive their first paycheck for 4 to 6 weeks after all of the payroll documents listed above have been completed properly.  Incorrect, incomplete, or missing payroll documents will delay the processing time.