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The University offers part-time employment to degree seeking undergraduate students enrolled half-time or greater. Students are paid at least minimum wage. Students can work up to 15 hours a week during the academic year and up to 37.5 hours a week during winter break and summer. If a student is taking courses during winter break and summer break, they are limited to 20 hours per week.
Student employment can be classified as Federal Work Student (FWSP) or Institutional Work Study (INSTWK) on your award letter. In order to be offered student employment, we ask that students submit a FAFSA by our preferred filing deadline of March 15, each academic year. We also look at students financial aid award packages and see if a student has calculated unmet need as determine by the FAFSA. Students with the greatest unmet need will be offered Federal Work Study and others may be offered Institutional Work Study.
If a student decides to decline their student employment award, the offered is cancelled for the entire academic year. The student will not have an opportunity to be offered employment until the next academic year, provided they meet the FAFSA filing deadline and have calculated unmet need.
To view all jobs available on campus, students must log into the MyEdinboro portal and click the "Jobs" tab on the navigation bar at the top. Only students who have been offered student employment will be available to view current openings. Please check this often as jobs are posted when they become available.