Students who wish to work part time while enrolled at the University of Saint Francis may be considered for employment through the following programs:
On-Campus Employment - this non need-based program allows students who are able to work on campus up to 20 hours per week at the current minimum wage.
Federal Work Study Program - requires that a student demonstrate financial need. A student's eligibility is determined during the financial aid awarding process. The student will receive a paycheck every two weeks, rather than having it deducted from their bill. A job fair is held each semester for students to find a job on campus in order to earn their Federal Work Study dollars. Attendance at the job fair is required to complete the paperwork necessary to begin working on campus.
State Summer Work Study - administered by the State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana. Students must be recipients of Indiana HEA and Indiana FOC the academic year prior to the award and plan to continue their enrollment at the university in order to be considered.
At the beginning of each semester, a job fair is conducted for students with Federal Work Study eligibility to attend and explore positions available on campus. For more information on job openings and application process please contact Human Resources at 260-399-7700 ext 6904.