Work-Study is awarded to students by the Office of Financial Aid and is redeemed as wages for work performed in qualifying jobs. Students receive either a Pacific Work-Study award or a Federal Work-Study award. Students receiving Pacific Work-Study are eligible to work only in on-campus positions, while students with Federal Work-Study are eligible to work on campus and/or at approved community service organizations off campus. For information or clarification about a financial aid award, please contact Stacie Englund in the Office of Financial Aid at 503-352-2858. Questions about obtaining Work-Study jobs may be directed to Julie Burris in the Career Development Center at 503-352-2877.
Work-Study Position Types
As stated above, whether a student is eligible to work only on-campus or also in off-campus community service Work-Study positions, eligibility is determined by the type of Work-Study award he or she receives. On-campus positions are available in various University departments throughout the academic year, while community service positions are available in approved community-based, government and non-profit organizations with hiring deadline September 30, 2013. Questions specifically concerning off-campus community service Work-Study jobs should be directed to the Career Development Center staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.