Funded primarily by the federal government, Federal Work-Study Programs allow students in need to earn part of their financial aid through employment on campus and in community service agencies. Students approved for Work-Study Programs may select from a variety of jobs to meet their interests, skills, and career plans.
The University Library employs Federally-funded Work-Study students through the Office of Scholarships & Student Aid. Incoming Work-Study students are hired in the University Library at the S2 pay level. The University provides higher salaries to returning Work-Study students to provide compensation for experience and also to retain experienced students as employees. In that context, the following hourly rate schedule for returning Work-Study students has been established:
Students can refer to the Work-Study Website for more information on how to obtain a Work-Study position.
1st year: $8.30 2nd year: $8.55 3rd year: $8.80 4th year: $9.05