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You may receive federal work-study as part of your financial aid package. Work-study awards allow you to participate actively in meeting the cost of your education while gaining valuable work experience.
A one-day job fair is held during fall orientation before semester classes begin. If you have been awarded work-study you can meet with prospective campus employers.
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You can work on campus even if you do not receive work-study, though work-study students have preference in those jobs designated as work-study positions. And not all departments hire non-work-study students. But rest assured that you'll find many opportunities for employment at Capital or in the immediate campus area.
Direct deposit is mandatory for all student workers at Capital. Along with tax and forms, student workers will need to complete the Direct Deposit Authorization form (PDF). If you have any questions, contact the Student Payroll Office at 236-6575
You'll find many options for student work-study employment every semester. We categorize jobs in different levels based on the complexity of the tasks, the experience required to do the job and the pay rate.
You should contact Capitals Financial Aid office at (614) 236-6511 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions about work-study or the jobs available.
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