A job is a great way to help pay for college. Not only do you make money, you gain valuable work experience. And, studies show that students who work up to 20 hours per week while attending college do as well or better in school than their classmates who don’t work.
Working in a Student Job
Student jobs are more than just a paycheck. They not only help pay bills, but also prove to be a valuable part of your education.
Federal Work-Study Jobs
Students eligible for need-based financial aid programs can participate in Federal Work-Study. This federally funded program helps students pay for college by working on or off campus.
Student Engagement and Employment Development (SEED) Program Jobs
This program is offered to incoming freshman students who qualify for Federal Work Study and who are not actively working on-campus. It offers additional engagement and professional development opportunities to eligible students.
ASU student workers play an important role in ASU’s day-to-day operations and more than 10,000 ASU students work on campus. You’ll earn money for college and start building your resume before you even graduate.
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