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Student Employment 2018-2019

There are three different categories of on-campus student employment at Lynn University. 
Paid Student Worker
          - Paid student workers are funded by department budget
          - Available for all eligible undergraduate and graduate students
          - Work up to 20 hours per week
Federal Work Study
          - Available for U.S. students only with financial need (based on FAFSA)
          - Award is determined by Student Financial Services
          - Awards range from $500 - $2,000
          - All awards are subject to change
          - Federal work study students may be hired as paid student workers after award is exhausted

Graduate Assistants

          - Graduate assistants are funded by department budget
          - Available for graduate level students only
          - Limited number of positions



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Earn $15 per hour

Students can now earn $15 per hour working in community service positions off campus. Stop by the Career & Alumni Connections in the library to learn about these exciting opportunities.

Why does it take so long to be allowed to work once hired?

A key question that many supervisors and students ask is why it takes so long from the time a student is hired, to being allowed to work. A number of variable factors can cause this. To give an idea on some of the influeincing factors, it is recomend...

New Student Employment Process

Student Employment will transition to Student Financial Services for the 2018-2019 academic year.

This process has been streamlined to ensure one centralized location is available for all of our student employees. This should ensure a process with increase...

Student Employment Recruitment Fair

There will be a student employment recruitment fair on September 18th. Students are invited to attend and use the opportunity to meet those departments who will be hiring students duing the course of the year. Students will also have the opportunity to as...

Missed the Supervisors / Hiring Managers Meeting?

If you were not able to attend the supervisor workshop outlining how the new student employment process will work, please email Morgan O'Sullivan with any questions. The powerpoint is available to download below.