Student Employment is an award for which the student must work. Money is earned hourly and paid twice monthly. The maximum amount a student can earn under these programs is determined by availability of funds. Work funds and opportunities are available to students in the form of a Federal College Work Study or University Student Employment.
Federal Work Study Program – provides part-time employment for students who are enrolled at least half time and demonstrate financial need as determined by the FAFSA application. The maximum amount a recipient can earn under this federal program is determined by their financial need and the availability of funds.
Regular University Employment – provides part-time employment for students enrolled at SE.
The Career Management Center is located in the Administration Building, Room 210. Students seeking employment can get information about job openings both on-campus and off-campus by visiting our website or coming by in person.
Director of Career Management Center