The Student Employment Office assists thousands of students to find employment. You must qualify for need-based financial aid to be eligible for Work-Study. The Work-Study program subsidizes the employer by a percentage of a student's hourly wage. Work Study is like any other job; you work and receive a paycheck for your earnings from your employer. Work-Study students are generally in high demand so eligible students can often pick the job of their choice. There are more students eligible for Work-Study than there are available funds. A Work-Study job reduces your eligibility for other financial aid. CWU participates in the federal and state Work-Study programs.
If you indicated an interest in Work Study on your FAFSA and you have “Need,” you will be sent paperwork. If you did not indicate an interest on the FAFSA, but are now interested in Work Study please contact the Financial Aid Office.
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Effective Winter Quarter 2013, on-campus student jobs (Ellensburg and the Centers/Sites) are postedMinimum Wage Increasing - January 1, 2014
Washington's minimum wage increased to $9.32 on January 1, 2014.