Work Study and Student Employment
Earn While You Learn
Work-study is a limited need-based employment program that allows you to earn a paycheck working part-time on campus or at nonprofit community service agencies. To eligible you must:
- Be pursuing an eligible WCTC degree.
- Meet a certain level of financial need determined by your FAFSA.
More to Explore
WCTC Career Connections
College Center, Room C-021
How to Get Started:
Complete the FAFSA
Complete the FAFSA to determine your eligibility for work-study.
Find a Job
Search for a job on Handshake. You can use Handshake to find an on or off-campus job even if you don't qualify for work-study. Get more job search tips from Career Connections.
Collect Your Paycheck
Collect your paycheck and spend it wisely. Federal work-study students receive bi-monthly paychecks just like most part-time workers. Work-study earnings are not automatically subtracted from your tuition bill.