On-Campus Student Employment
UNC Asheville has a wide range of on-campus jobs for students enrolled for six or more credits. Students may work 20 hours/week during the academic year and up to 40 hours p/week during semester breaks and the summer months. Depending on the job skills requirement, wages range from $7.25 to $10.00/hour. (Special permission is required for wages over $10/hr.) Student workers must complete tax paperwork and have two forms of government issued ID such as a SS card and Birth Certificate. STUDENT EMPLOYMENT - FEDERAL WORK STUDY OVERVIEW
Finding On Campus Jobs
Many on-campus jobs are posted on RockyLink, our job and internship posting system.
However, other jobs may be available directly through a campus department or employer, for example:
Federal Work Study
Federally funded work-study (FWS) positions* are available for eligible students to work on-campus or in off-campus community service positions. The FWS Program mostly follows the policies and procedures established by the Student Employment Program for non-FWS campus jobs. Any changes reflect federal accountability concerns. *The UNC Asheville priority deadline to apply for Federal Work Study is March 1st for the following fall semester. Students must reapply each year to FAFSA to qualify for an award. The application is available at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. For more information, please contact Financial Aid. You may also visit http://www.unca.edu/financialaid/ .
Minimum Hourly Wage as of July 24, 2009: $7.25
Forms for UNC Asheville Students and Supervisors
Student Employment Application
To submit student wages online through Banner: Log-in through OnePort, click on Employee Tab, then Employee Services link, next Banner Services link, followed by Employee link, and then finally Time Sheet link.
Student Employment Incentive Program
In Fall 2010, the University created a new funding source to support additional campus jobs administered by the Career Center. This initiative recognized the need to support students in gaining work experience on-campus that complements their liberal arts education, as well as to support departments’ implementation of their missions with qualified workers.
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