What is Student Employment?
The work-study program is part-time employment available to students to help pay for educational expenses while providing work experience. More info...
Positions are 10 - 20 hours/week at $7.50/hour
Spring work-study program: January 20 to May 8
Main Campus: Off-Campus Sites:
Continuing Education Department BC3 @ Lindenpointe
Bookstore BC3 @ Lawrence Crossing
BC3 Cultural Center
Conference, Seminar and Events Department
Academic Center for Enrichment
Public Safety Training Facility
Children's Creative Learning Center (CCLC)
Am I Eligible?
In order to participate in the work-study program, you must meet the following requirements:
1. Be registered at 6 or more credits.
2. Complete a FAFSA and all requireded documentation with our office.
3. Have a cumulative QPA of 2.00 or higher.
How do I Apply?
Click the APPLY NOW link at the bottom of the job description.
What happens after I apply?
Your application is emailed to the Financial Aid Office to check your work-study eligibility. If you are eligible, they will forward your application to the position's supervisor. That supervisor will follow up with you for an interview.
What should I do after I am hired?
After the supervisor offers you the position, you will need to stop in the Financial Aid Office to complete paperwork. You will then be sent to Human Resources to complete Payroll information. Once Human Resources receives all of your complete paperwork, you may begin working. Keep in mind, all student employees are required to attend Orientation with the Human Resources Office.
How will I be paid?
Your supervisor will receive paper timesheets in the mail after your paperwork is complete. Timesheets are due in the Financial Aid Office on the 15th and the last day of the month.
It is your responsibility to keep track of your hours worked and ensure timesheets are submitted on time.
What if I go over my hours?
Because the work-study program is a need- based financial aid program, it is important that you do not go over your allotted hours for the semester. If you go over your hours, it could result in loss of future employment opportunities.
Whom do I report to?
You will directly report to your supervisor. You will need to work with your supervisor on establishing a schedule that works around your schedule while meeting the needs of the position.
If you cannot report to work during your scheduled time, you must notify your supervisor.
Any issues must be addressed to either your supervisor or the Human Resources Office.
What is expected of me?
As a student employee, you will be expected to:
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Financial Aid Resources
Federal School Code: 003240
Financial Aid Office
Butler County Community College
107 College Drive
Butler PA 16003
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