Work-Study Student Employment

Federal Work-Study provides flexible part-time positions to allow students with financial need to earn money to help pay for their educational expenses.

There are several positions available on campus.  Position supervisors will schedule student work hours around your class schedule.  Federal work-study student employees may work up to 20 hours per week.   The work-study coordinator will determine the actual number of hours you work per week.  Federal work-study student employees generally do not work when classes are not in session and may never work during their scheduled class time.  Students must meet eligibility requirements including maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress.  Student employees must be enrolled in at least six hours of classes and will need to complete the financial aid process.

If you are interested in applying, please complete our Work-Study Application

Duties include:

  • Maintain and update dental hygiene patient records.
  • Provide support for students by assisting with patient screenings and scheduling.
  • Maintain a patient recall system using computer software.
  • Conduct value and/or confirmation calls to all patients scheduled for appointments.
  • Greet patients in a friendly, effective manner and assist them with new patient paperwork.
  • Collect all fees associated with providing patient care within the department.
  • Provide area dental offices with patient radiographs and records as requested.
  • Assist with quality assurance program; conduct chart audits as assigned.
  • Dispense and monitor dental radiograph plates and films as prescribed by the supervising dentist. Assist the Clinic Coordinator and/or Program Director with maintenance of clinic and radiography lab equipment.

This position is up to 10 hours per week.

Duties include:  

  • Basic records filing
  • Answering phones
  • Photo copying
  • Faxing
  • Mail preparation
  • Friendly customer service  

Requires familiarity with Microsoft Office products.  Familiarity with the Online Financial Aid System preferred. 

This position is up to 10 hours per week.

Duties include:  

  • Monitoring standard course exams in the Regional Testing Center
  • Security of standard course exams in the Regional Testing Center

Requires student be in good academic standing with at least a 2.0 SAP GPA.  Students in their first semester have alternate requirements. 

This individual must be 18 years or older and must not have sat or expect to sit for the Pearson Vue, Prometric, or ETS exams within 365 days of employment.  Basic computer skills are required.

This position is up to 10 hours per week with a preference for availability 8:30am to 10:00 am and 12:00pm to 1:30 pm.  However, hours can be flexible.

Duties include:  

  • Creating and updating student electronic files
  • Checking, forwarding and responding to voice mail messages
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Copying               
  • Stuffing envelopes 
  • Incoming mail distribution
  • Outgoing mail preparation
  • Filing
  • Alphabetizing records   
  • Assisting with preparation for large events (Open House, Orientation, etc.)
  • Welcome Center coverage including greeting visitors and answering phones 

This position is up to 15 hours per week.