A student may be offered campus employment. At Carroll, if employment is included in the financial aid offer then we will make every effort to make sure that students are assigned to a campus job. Generally speaking students work 6-12 hours per week and earn between $2,000-$2,250 yearly. Campus employment earnings are not deducted from a student's bill, but are paid to the student on a bi-weekly basis.
The campus employment program allows students to receive valuable work experience while earning money for college expenses. Carroll offers a number of on and off-campus employment opportunities for students. Eligible students can earn up to the amount of the Federal Work Study or Campus Job listed on their Financial Aid Offer. Students earn this money by working for an hourly wage in their assigned job. Payment is made directly to the student to help cover educational expenses.
Federal Work Study (WS) is awarded to students who complete a FAFSA each year and demonstrate financial need. Students not eligible for WS could potententially be eligible for Institutional Campus Job (CJ) which is not federally funded.
Eligible students must complete a job application as well as I-9 and W-4 forms. Job applications are due by May 30 for priority placement. Students can find job descriptions by clicking on the button below. Job notifications are available on the student portal after Aug. 1.
Students are required to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Standards to be eligible for Federal Work Study or Campus Job.