Working on Campus
The federally funded Work-Study Program provides part-time jobs on the University campus for full-time students who have financial need and who must earn part of their educational expenses. Work-Study also allows students the opportunity to gain work experience at Ozarks. An average work load is usually 8-10 hours per week. The number of hours may vary depending on financial need and government allocation. Students may earn up to $4,900 per year.
If you'd like to work part-time as under the work-study program, you'll need to first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Once you're approved for the program, you'll work with the Financial Aid Office to receive your work assignments. These are just a few examples of work-study positions available on campus:
- Library Circulation Desk
- Computer Services Helpdesk
- Campus Grounds worker
- Campus Cafeteria