The Federal Work-Study Program is a campus-based program that provides part-time employment for students who qualify based on financial need. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is required for financial need to be determined. Upon completion of the FAFSA, students should contact the CCCUA Financial Aid office to see if they are eligible to participate in the Federal Work-Study program. Available Federal Work-Study jobs are posted below as well as on the Financial Aid bulletin board and in the Student Center.
Students should contact the supervisor indicated on the job description to apply for the position. Upon hire, students should complete the Student Job Assignment form with their supervisor and submit it to the Federal Work-Study coordinator along with all required personnel documents. Students may work 12-15 hours per week and will receive a paycheck twice a month. The amount a student can earn in a year is determined by the amount of financial need and other aid awarded as part of the student’s financial aid package.
Applications for employment with Cossatot Community College’s Federal Work-Study Program are accepted without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disability of qualified handicapped individuals. Cossatot Community College complies with nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provision and laws.