Students who would like to work on campus or in community service jobs may qualify for employment through the Federal Work Study Program or the Institutional Work Program. To determine eligibility all students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available in the Financial Aid office and on the web.
Minimum requirements for Federal Work Study program:
- Minimum enrollment of six credit hours each semester.
- Must be a U. S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
- Is not in default on a federal student loan; does not owe a federal grant overpayment.
- Registered with the selective service if required to do so.
- Qualify based on the results of the FAFSA not to exceed the individual student’s financial need.
Institutional Financial Aid
Institutional Work Program
This is an institutional work program for students not eligible for federal and state work study. Students who would like to work on campus may qualify for employment through the Institutional Work Program.
To determine eligibility all students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available in the Financial Aid office.
Minimum requirements for the Institutional Work Program:
Minimum enrollment of six credit hours for fall and spring semesters. Minimum enrollment of three credit hours for the summer semester. Check with Career & Employment Services for all employment opportunities.
Students with a Federal Work Study award will be granted an amount each semester, depending on financial need. Students may work and earn up to the total annual amount. Earnings exceeding the annual amount awarded will be charged to the employing department’s institutional fund.
Summer work study is available, depending on availability of funds. Federal Work Study allocations not expended during the fall and spring semesters will be available to eligible students for summer employment through June 30. Earnings beyond June 30 will be charged to the employing department’s institutional fund. Work Authorization Forms from the Financial Aid office are required for summer employment.
Students may work under the Federal Work Study program as long as half-time enrollment is maintained and the annual award is not exceeded. Once annual work awards are met or the student falls below half-time enrollment, employment for that student ends.
Students working under any of the work study programs must follow all rules and regulations set forth by Human Resources for time cards, signatures, hours of work, etc.
Student Employment Process
- All students interested in on-campus employment or community service positions must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The student’s eligibility is based on the results of the FAFSA.
- Visit the Kellogg Community College Job Board at College Central to search for current openings.
- The employing departments conduct interviews and select a candidate. The employing department contacts CES and requests a work authorization. The employing department administrator signs the student work authorization.
- With the Work Authorization Form, social security card and driver’s license/Michigan identification, the student will attend a scheduled orientation with Human Resources to complete all necessary paperwork for payroll and to attend an orientation for student employment. Student employees cannot work until completing an orientation and all necessary paperwork with Human Resources.