Student Positions

Financial Services-Office Assistant-Federal Work Study

Registrar Assistant-Federal Work Study

Library-Federal Work Study

Disability Services Notetaker

Student Financial Services-Federal Work Study

Mailroom Assistant-Federal Work Study

Library - Learning Resource Library-Federal Work Study

Academic Success - Tutor-Accounting

*Please contact Connie Pritchard for Tutor position

College of Arts and Sciences - Organic and Quantum Chemistry Grader-Federal Work Study

Development-Phonathon Student Caller (Federal WS)*

*In order to be considered for the Phonathon position please fill out the questionnaire in the link provided:

Science and Math Asst-Federal Work Study

A&P II Supplemental Instructor to conduct 1 study session per week during the Spring semester of 2018. 
Please apply before October 31st.
See Ms. Pritchard for more information and applications.


Science tutors (must have had chemistry II) needed for the Spring semester of 2018.
Please apply by October 31st.
See Ms. Pritchard for more information and an application.




Step 1: 

Review available jobs on Student Positions page.

Step 2:

Complete online student application for employment found at On the second page of the application, indicate the positions in which you are interested.

STUDENTS: DO NOT COMPLETE A STAFF APPLICATION. If you cannot access the online student application for employment, please contact Arika Young at

Things to know: 

  • Department supervisors will contact students directly regarding job interviews, not the Work Study Office.
  • You may edit your application at any time by visiting the link above.
  • Positions may be added and taken down without warning. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back periodically for open positions.
  • If a position is marked "FWS-eligible students only," it means you must have accepted a Federal Work Study award on your financial aid package in order to apply.
    For eligibility questions, contact Financial Aid at
  • Any student wishing to work should have with them the appropriate unexpired, original identification documents, as outlined in this document. This is a federal guideline that applies to all FHU employees. For questions regarding documentation, email