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Student Employment

Many Multnomah students work on campus to help with their college expenses.

Some students are offered work-study as part of their financial aid packages.

Even if you’re not offered work-study, you may still get a job on campus. Students work a variety of jobs – from monitoring the gym or helping out with maintenance to serving coffee in Roger’s Café.

Federal Work-Study

After you apply for aid through Multnomah and complete your FAFSA, you’ll receive your financial aid package letting you know if you qualify for work-study.

The amount of work-study you’re offered reflects your earning potential over the course of the academic year. What you earn will depend on your pay rate and the number of hours you work throughout the year.

Campus jobs pay the minimum wage and you can work up to 20 hours per week. Typical annual earnings range from $1,300-2,500. Earnings through work are paid directly to the student.

Next Steps: Find a job on campus.

Work Study
Federal Work-Study
Amount Up to $1,500
Application Criteria Students with need according to FAFSA
Deadline ASAP

FAFSA is required to determine Federal Work Study eligibility. Earnings through work are paid directly to student; allows for more on- and off-campus job opportunities.

Amount Type of Aid Application Criteria Deadline
Up to $1,500 Federal Work-Study Students with need according to FAFSA ASAP

FAFSA is required to determine Federal Work Study eligibility. Earnings through work are paid directly to student; allows for more on- and off-campus job opportunities.

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