Undergraduate students are eligible to apply for Student Employment as a part of their federal aid package. Federal Work-Study is a federally subsidized program through the Department of Education and can include on-campus or off-campus work opportunities. A student’s financial aid award package will include a Federal Work-Study award when the student answers ‘Yes’ to the FAFSA question ‘Are you interested in being considered for work-study?’. If a student does not answer ‘Yes’ to this question, they are still eligible to apply and work in a Student Employment position. If a student does not meet the eligibility requirements of Federal Work-Study, the student is eligible to work in a Student Employment position and be paid through NWCCD.
- Complete the FAFSA application
- Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress per federal regulations
- Must have unmet financial aid need
Sheridan College have on-campus and off-campus employment opportunities. Student can access NWCCD’s student employment information site located within our intranet, NWCCD Hub>Financial Life>Student Employment, to find specific job descriptions and application instructions.
For additional information, visit the Office of Financial Aid or the Human Resources Office on the Sheridan Campus or contact the following staff: