If you are eligible for Federal Work Study then your allotment will be included in your financial aid package and an additional award letter will arrive in your campus box in August with more information. It will tell you how much money you are eligible to earn. Be sure to keep the letter as you will need to show it to your hiring department.
Getting a Job
As a student employee, you must first secure a job. You then work with the Office of Human Resources and your hiring department to complete the necessary paperwork so you can begin your new job. Read more about getting a job, offer letters, and yellow cards on our getting a job page.
You should look for a job in an office or department that interests you as soon as you arrive on campus. Both Federal Work Study (FWS) payroll and Student (STU) payroll jobs are available in various departments.
Required Paperwork and Identification
All student employees are required by the federal government to complete an I-9 and W-4. Please bring original identification with you to campus. Examples of appropriate documents include a valid passport alone, or a photo identification such as a valid driver's license or Saint Anselm College student identification along with an original social security card or an original birth certificate. See the required paperwork and documentation page for additional information.
All student employees (FWS and STU) are paid bi-weekly through the Business Office. Your rate of pay will increase based on the number of years you've worked in the same department. Read more about when and how you are paid.
Benefits of working on-campus
- Flexible work schedule arranged to accommodate class schedule
- No transportation required
- Fun work environment
- Working with friends, classmates, faculty, and staff
- Bi-weekly pay checks
If you have any questions about working on campus contact the Office of Human Resources at (603) 641-7020 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.