At Emory & Henry College student employment opportunities are available and can take the form of Federal Work Study (FWS), Institutional Student Employment (ISE), or a combination of FWS and ISE. Student employment positions may pay up to $2,000 a year in exchange for up to 10 hours of work per week by the student. Work study qualified students (where student employment is part of the financial aid package*) are given first priority in finding student employment opportunities and then remaining work positions are made available to any student interested in working on campus.
Student employment opportunities will be posted through College Central Network and will be available for viewing beginning Monday, August 24, 2015.
Instructions for accessing College Central Network
The college cannot guarantee that a student will be able to find employment that fits his or her schedule or desired job duties.
Whether new to the process or returning as a student employee, must complete the student employment application to initiate the 2015–2016 Student Employment Process:
Student Employment Application
After completing the Student Employment Application students will receive additional instructions on accessing student employment opportunities, application instructions, and required paperwork.
Work study qualified students (where student employment is part of the financial aid package*) must complete the Student Employment Application by Friday, September 4 or risk losing their position for the year.
Beginning September 7, 2015 international students (who cannot work off campus) and any need-based student eligible for federal work study (who may have not been awarded initially) will be authorized to apply for positions, but federal work study students may continue to apply for available positions; however, jobs at this point may be fewer than the number of students looking for work.
As of September 14, 2015 any remaining positions will be open to the entire student population regardless of need. Federal work study students who do not have a job by this date will have their work study award cancelled.
*Work Study eligibility for student employment is determined by the Financial Aid Office (Wiley 101) and is a part of the student's total financial aid package. Students who qualify for federal assistance based on their FAFSA results are awarded student employment if their total financial need is not met after all scholarships and grants have been applied to their financial aid package subject to available funding.
If you are unable to login to College Central Network, e-mail Amanda Gardner, Director of Career Services at