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Federal Work-Study

Federal Work-Study awards are an opportunity for a student to get a campus job to help with their college expenses.

Federal Work-Study

The Federal Work-Study program allows students with financial need to earn money to assist with their college expenses. To be considered, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For more information, view our Federal Work-Study FAQ.

Student Employment

Please visit the Student Employment website for more information regarding student opportunities.

Find a Job

Students are not placed into a job.  It is the student’s responsibility to find a FWS job.  Applying for jobs can be done by using a Single Sign-on to view the Workday tile on My SCU Portal.  Once logged into Workday tile, student job postings can be found under the Career icon under Applications.

Additional resources that may be helpful are:

SCU Campus Opportunities  
A consolidated list of SCU campus leadership, fellowship and on-campus job options (with links to HR and other campus partner websites)

Job and Internship Search Hub 
For students to connect with thousands of opportunities locally and nation-wide

Job Search Toolkit  
Resume/cover letter samples strategies, LinkedIn/personal branding tips, mock interviewing/prep support etc.

Career Guides By Class Year 
Tips and resources / recommended career development planning steps by class year

Career Coaching Support