Financial Aid Student Employment Salary and Hours

 

Student Earnings for the 2016-17 Academic Year 

Student employment earnings for students with need-based awards are reviewed each month by financial aid staff to assure that students have not exceeded the amount of their need-based allocation. If a student earns all of her need-based award and she wishes to continue working she will begin working under the non-need campus employment program.  Pay rates are subject to change.

2016-17 Salary and Hours

Estimated number of hours a student may work per week to fully earn employment eligibility:

Hours per week

Level 1
$7.25

Level 2
$7.35 
Level 3
$7.75
Level 4
$8.00
5 $1,090 $1,105 $1,165 $1,200
6 $1,305  $1,325  $1,395 $1,440
7 $1,525 $1,545 $1,630 $1,680
8 $1,740 $1,765 $1,860 $1,920
9 $1,960 $1,985 $2,095 $2,160
10 $2,175  $2,205 $2,325 $2,400
11 $2,395 $2,425 $2,560 $2,640
12 $2,610 $2,650 $2,790 $2,880
13 $2,830 $2,870 $3,025 $3,120
14 $3,045  $3,090  $3,255 $3,360
15 $3,265  $3,310 $3,490 $3,600

 

Level 1 = All desk receptionists

Level 2 = All clerical, departmental assistants, and positions requiring intermediate skill levels

Level 3 = Base rate for all Food Service positions, all Federal Work Study Community Service (FWSCS) positions, and returning Phonathon workers

Level 4 = Managerial positions and positions requiring special certification/advanced skills