Student Employment Opportunities
Student employment opportunities may be available through the Federal Work-Study Program or Off-Campus Employment.
This program provides eligible students with employment opportunities that help meet the costs of a college education. A student selects her or his job from positions offered by academic and administrative departments. The amount of the work-study award is determined by the Office of Financial Aid and must appear on a student's financial aid award for the student to be able to participate in the program.
Funds earned on the program are paid to students on an every other week basis in the form of a check for the hours worked. Earnings are not credited to a student's tuition/fees or room and board bill. Students are responsible for submitting time cards in a timely fashion to ensure payment for work performed. A student will not receive payment until all paperwork is completed and received by the Office of Financial Aid.
If you have any questions please contact the Financial Aid Office at 617-879-2443 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the 2013-2014 academic year, students employed in on-campus positions were paid at the rate of $8.00 per hour.
You can learn more about Off-Campus Student Employment opportunities on the Career Services web page.
Before beginning any jobs, the US Department of Labor requires that several forms be completed. All forms are available below. Please call 617-879-2443 if you have questions.
I-9 Form [pdf]
You must complete this form before your first position as a term-time or work-study student. Students who have been employed on campus in prior years do NOT have to complete this form. When you return this form to the Financial Aid Office, please bring the necessary forms of identification, as specified on page 2 of the I-9.
W-4 Form [pdf]
You must complete this form before your first position as a term-time or work-study student. Students who have been employed on campus in prior years do NOT have to complete this form unless their information has changed.
Direct Deposit Form [pdf]