Student Employment assists in financing educational expenses and provides a valuable service to Prescott College and local community projects. Positions continually become available in College departments, at special events, with orientations, campus tours and admissions work, as well as supporting faculty and academic programs. Off-campus community opportunities include working with local schools, farms, libraries, and other service organizations.
Student Employment supervisors understand that a student’s primary responsibility is to her or his course work. Accommodations are made in scheduling and work hours whenever possible. Many jobs can be related to academic pursuits and helpful to future careers. Overall, Student Employment is a great way to help fund your education and gain valuable work experience.
Students may be employed with federal or institutional work-study funds. Federal Work-Study funds are awarded to students by the Financial Aid office. Institutional work-study funds are made available to campus departments for the purpose of employing students in part-time jobs.
About Federal Work-Study (FWS)
- Federal Work-Study (FWS) is awarded on a first-come, first- served basis each year to eligible students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and indicate they are interested in student employment at the link below:
- Institutional work-study is available for certain on-campus positions to employ students who do not qualify for FWS. All students are encouraged to apply for on-campus positions regardless of their FWS eligibility.
- Questions can be directed to the following
Prescott College is an equal opportunity employer.