Work study jobs at M State
Advantages of work study positions include:
- You can earn money while you're in school
- Flexible work schedules are based on department needs
- Most jobs are tied to the M State academic calendar
- Paychecks are issued bi-weekly
- It's a great way to build your resume and gain valuable experienc
Here's the scoop on work study
Work study is a need-based program that helps students meet their financial obligations while they're attending college.
- Because eligibility is need-based, students must complete the financial aid process to determine whether they are eligible.
- Work study jobs are federally and state funded, and they are available to U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens.
- Work study awards are paid bi-weekly in the form of paychecks for hours actually worked.
- There is no guarantee students will earn the full amount of their work study award.
- Not all students are eligible for work study, and eligibility does not guarantee a position will be available.
Requirements for work study
Part-time on-campus employment may be an option for students who are eligible for work study funds as part of their college financial aid package. In order to qualify for work study funding:
- Your FAFSA must be complete, and you must have an official award notice from the M State Financial Aid office (you can check your financial aid status through your SpartanNet account). Official financial aid awards for 2021-2022 will be available in mid-July.
- You must be actively enrolled in a minimum of six credits per semester.
- You must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (66.66 percent completion rate and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0).
Available campus work study positions
- Detroit Lakes
- Fergus Falls
If you are interested in a position:
1) Complete an application using the Quick Link below and submit it to the Financial Aid office to determine eligibility.
2) If you are eligible, continue with Step 2 on the Work Study Checklist below.