Work-Study at Pacific University
Federal Work-Study is awarded to students by the Office of Financial Aid and is redeemed as wages for work performed in qualifying jobs.
- Students who receive a Federal Work-Study award are eligible to work in various departments on campus and/or at approved community-based, government and non-profit organizations off campus.
Students with Work-Study awards should obtain their paperwork packet from the Career Development Center. (Returning students will receive them in their UC Box the first day of school.)
Available Work-Study jobs are posted on Handshake (pacificu.joinhandshake.com) listed under two employers:
- Pacific University Work-Study
- Pacific University CSWS (Community Service Work-Study)
- For information or clarification about a financial aid award, please email Stacie Englund.
Questions about obtaining or searching for Work-Study jobs may be emailed to Erin Robbins.
Various University departments hire for on-campus positions throughout the academic year, while community service positions are available for start dates only before the set hiring deadline every Fall.
Questions specifically concerning off-campus community service Work-Study jobs should be directed to the CDC Internship Coordinator & Community Service Work-Study Coordinator, Melissa Vieira.
The Student Work-Study Participation Manual provides an overview of the Work-Study program and student involvement and responsibilities as an employee of Pacific University.