Sinclair offers students part-time employment in Regular Wage or Federal Work-Study opportunities. Regular Student Employment is available to any eligible student. Students must have a Federal Work Study award to apply for work study positions. Students who do not have a Federal Work Study award may contact a financial aid representative to see if they qualify.
Working on campus will not only provide income; it will foster responsibility, encourage you to budget your time wisely, and offer opportunities for learning and skill development. Students who choose to work on campus appreciate the convenience of job locations and the opportunity to become better acquainted with faculty and staff. They also like the fact that college employers are understanding and flexible about academic demands.
Federal Work-Study is a federal financial aid program based on need determined from information you provide on the FAFSA. Many departments prefer to hire work-study students since the employee's wage is drawn from federal funds.
Note: Federal work-study earnings are not credited to your Student Bursar account. For more information, please visit the Federal work study page.
Regular wage employment is for students who want to work on campus but who are not eligible for federal work-study.
|Comparison of Federal Work-Study and Regular Wage Employment|
|Type||Federal Work-Study Program||Regular Wage Employment
|How much do I earn per hour?||$8.15/hour||$8.15/hour|
|Who is eligible?||U.S. citizens or permanent residents demonstrating financial aid need as determined by the FAFSA||All students|
|How do I apply?||Submit the FAFSA and check with the Financial Aid & Scholarships office to see if you qualify for Federal Work-Study||Apply directly to campus departments|
|Enrollment Requirements||Must be a degree seeking student enrolled in at least 6 credit hours; audit classes do not count||Must be a degree seeking student enrolled in at least 6 credit hours; audit classes do not count|
|Work Hours||A student may never work more than 20 hours per week.||A student may never work more than 20 hours per week.|
|Satisfactory Academic Progress?||Must meet all requirements for Satisfactory Academic Progress as determined by the Financial Aid & Scholarships office||Not considered|
|When do I get paid?||Pay checks are distributed on the 15th and 30/31st of the month||Pay checks are distributed on the 15th and 30/31st of the month|
Student employment is "at will". In other words, student employees are free to quit whenever they wish and the college is not restricted from terminating a student employee at any time as well. Hiring managers should submit the Student Employment Termination Form to the Human Resources office.
In order to post a student employment position, Hiring Managers must complete and submit the Job Description Form and submit it to email@example.com. For questions, contact 937-512-2781.