Students with part-time jobs nearly always tell us how much they learn from the experience, and that both the experience and the contacts they've made are very helpful when they are looking for full-time employment after graduation. Any student who wants to find work on campus may do so.
FEDERAL WORK-STUDY EMPLOYMENT
The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program is an important part of our need-based financial assistance award packages and many of our students have a FWS job. In this program, students typically work about 6-10 hours a week and every effort is made to assign students to jobs related to their interests. Many campus employers participate in the FWS program.
Part-time employment not funded by the Federal Work-Study program is also available. You may contact our office to learn more about part-time job opportunities on campus.
Whether you qualify for the Federal Work-Study program or not, Student Financial Services is your resource for locating a part-time job on campus. Find out more about the types of on-campus opportunities that current Washington University students are exploring.
To learn more about part-time job opportunities, login to 'My FA Access' and select 'Student Employment' from the left menu.