Important Dates and Deadlines:
- December 20, 2013: The last day to work for the Fall 2013 semester, or when the student depletes their funds, whichever comes first.
- January 2nd 2014: Students are allowed to start working for the Spring 2014 semester. (Contingent upon funding, minimum part-time enrollment and Satisfactory Academic Progress)
- May 15th 2014: Last day to work for the Spring 2014 semester, if funding is still available.*
- May 16th 2014: Students are allowed to start working for the Summer 2014 session (Contingent upon: funding, part-time enrollment and Satisfactory Academic Progress)
- Aug 15th 2014: Last day to work for the Summer 2014 semester, if funding is still available.*
- Aug 16th 2014: Students are allowed to start working for the Fall 2014 semester. (Contingent upon funding, minimum part-time enrollment and Satisfactory Academic Progress)
Important Note: *The last day to work, regardless of the day of the semester, is when the student depletes their funds. The Financial Aid Office bills back any overages to the department at 100%. Students are only allowed to work 20 hours per week in any given semester.
You will be required to create an account in the Financial Aid Work-study Aggie Career Manager to post work-study positions.
Please follow these instructions:
- Go to the web page for Work-study Employers.
- If you are a registered user, simply type your username and password, and then click Login.
- If you are a new registrant, proceed to “Click here to Register“.
- Fill out your employer’s profile.
- Under “My Job Postings” tab, create a New Job and fill out the required fields and job description.
- Review and save your job posting, the posting will be pending until the Office of Financial Aid approves it. (Remember: An accurate job description can promote a better selection of student employees which ultimately leads to better work performance and employee relations).
- Once the job posting is approved, students will be able to view and apply for your job posting using their Career Services student account.
Note: When interviewing for a work-study position, please make sure that the student has been awarded work-study funds, otherwise the student cannot be hired under for a work-study position.
The following link will take you to an Excel spreadsheet, designed to be used as an earnings calculator. Clicking the link will download the spreadsheet to your computer terminal, where you may save it and use it at your convenience. You must have Microsoft Excel in order to use this calculator.