Students who are interested in holding a job on campus may apply for work-study positions in various departments across all of PRCC's campuses.
**We will begin accepting Work-Study Applications for Fall 2021 for a four-week period from August 2nd through August 30th.**
The Work-Study Application Form can be found in RiverGuide:
- Click on the Wildcat Web icon at the top of the RiverGuide home page
- Click on the link that says "Allied Health Applications/Financial Aid Forms/Class Surveys/SGA Elections"
- Click on the Workstudy Application
- On the Application Form, there is only ONE question that asks which campus you are attending.
- The Office of Financial Aid will review your eligibility and be in contact with you after you complete the application.
1) You must have a completed FAFSA on file
2) All required verification items must be submitted, if applicable
3) You must be in compliance with the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy
4) You must be enrolled in at least 15 credit hours (fall/spring semester)
5) Student athletes are not eligible for work-study funds, per institutional policy
PLEASE NOTE: Accepting a work-study position may change your eligibility for student loans. Loan funds may need to be reduced to accommodate work-study funds.
Work-Study Application Process
Here is a brief overview of the work-study application process:
1) Access the Work Study Application Form in RiverGuide
2) Complete the form (it is only one question)
3) The Office of Financial Aid will review your eligibility for work-study funding. If you are not eligible, you will be notified via e-mail. If you are eligible, you will be notified via e-mail and your information will be sent to the hiring departments on the campus you attend.
4) If you are eligible for work-study funding, you may be contacted by the hiring department(s) if they are interested in meeting you for an interview
5) If you are selected for the position, you will need to complete new-hire paperwork in person with an Office of Financial Aid representative
6) After your paperwork is processed, you may begin working. You and your supervisor will be informed of your eligible start date from the Office of Financial Aid.
7) Students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week. The rate is $7.25 per hour.