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If you have not been awarded a Work Study grant, they you may apply for any Non-Work Study position.

If you are interested in becoming eligible for Work Study positions, please visit the Financial Aid website for more information, including eligibility requirements and how to apply for a Work Study grant.


To be eligible to work as a student worker over the summer, students must have completed at least 1 credit hour at TWU for the Spring 2016 semester and must be planning to enroll in at least 1 credit hour for the upcoming Fall 2016 semester. Students no longer need to be enrolled during the summer to be employed in an on-campus student role.

EXCEPTION/NOTE:  Students who receive work-study and wish to work in a work-study funded job during the summer must be enrolled in at least 6 hours combined for all summer terms (e.g. 3 hours in Summer II and 3 hours in Summer III.)

As in the fall/spring semesters, students are allowed to work up to 20 hours/week during summer employment.

Please review the general Eligibility Requirements for on campus positions before applying for an on campus position.


On Campus Jobs

Job Number C83
Start Date: 
05/16/16 (Summer Position)
Salary: $7.25/hour
Schedule: Up to 20 hours/ weekly; Monday – Friday (8am-5pm) – Availability on  weekends is required
Skills: Students must be able to assist with room set-ups and do heavy lifting (up to 30 pounds), answer phones, file paperwork, maintain and oversee equipment usage, complete  walk-throughs, monitor game room. Attention to detail, good customer service skills,  dependability and flexibility are required. For more information on the student  assistant position, please view the job description. To apply, please email application & class schedule for summer classes to Jasmine Wiley at Student may turn  documents into the Student Union office (209).
Student Union
Contact Information: Jasmine Wiley
Who Can Apply: Work Study and Non-Work Study
Date Added: 04/28/2016

Job Number C85
Start Date:
Salary: $7.25/hour
Schedule: Slightly flexible, will schedule around class schedule.
Skills: Front Counter Student Assistant: The student will be answering incoming calls in the Center for Student Development, as well as assisting guests that come to the front counter. Applicants should possess great customer service and communication skills. Knowledge of MS Office and general computer abilities required. Must be dependable. Must follow directions well. Ability to work in a somewhat stressful fast paced environment and multitask. Applications available at the Center for Student Development front desk. No phone calls please.
Contact Information: Lori Kennedy
Who Can Apply: Work Study and Non-Work Study
Date Added: 03/14/2016

Job Number C87
Start Date:
Salary: $8.00/hour
Schedule: Non Flexible, 20 hrs/wk; Monday-Friday 2PM-6PM
Skills: Good personal skills, patience with children, excited and engaging attitude, ability to work as a team with other student staff, ability to drive a TWU van to pick up children from area schools, self-motivated, reliable, interest in planning activities (i.e. crafts, science experiments, gardening, games, cooking, reading, math). Willingness to do light classroom cleaning, as needed. Good organizational skills are helpful. For more information click here. To apply, fill out attached application and bring it to the Lowry Woods Community Center, Attention: Jamie McCormick/TWU Clubhouse.
Department: Housing
Contact Information: Jamie McCormick
Who Can Apply: Non-Work Study
Date Added: 8/11/2015

Job Number: C93
Start Date:  May 2016
Salary: $7.25/hour
Schedule: TBA, up to 20 hours per week
Skills: Front Desk position.  The Career Services Department is seeking a highly organized, punctual, dependable, customer service-oriented individual to be a part of their team.  This position assists students, faculty, staff, employers and community members on a daily basis.  Candidates must exhibit patience, courtesy, respect, active listening skills, and highly effective interpersonal skills.   Strong attention to detail is required! Responsibilities include assisting students with on-campus job search, completing new hire paperwork, filing, answering phones, making appointments, assisting staff with special projects as needed, and other duties as assigned.  Previous front desk experience preferred.  If you are interested in the position, please e-mail your resume and school schedule to Elizabeth MacDonald at  Correspondence will only be conducted with those who apply through e-mail and provide their resume and school schedule; no phone calls accepted.
Department: Career Services
Contact Information: Please e-mail resume to Elizabeth MacDonald at 
Who Can Apply:
Work Study
Date Added: 05/03/16

Job Number: C96
Start Date:
Salary: $12.50/hour
Schedule: 10-12 hrs/wk; Somewhat flexible; Must attend the class in which they are assisting.
Skills: Course Assistants for specific classes to provide Supplemental Instruction, tutoring, peer mentoring, and faculty support.  Qualified students must have earned an A in the course for which they apply. These courses include: MATH 1303, MATH 1703. For application and recommendation forms, please click links provided. ApplicationRecommendation.
Math & Computer Science
Contact Information: Math and Computer Science Department
Who Can Apply: Work Study and Non-Work Study
Date Added: 4/25/2016

Job Number: Multiple Positions through Aramark (On-Campus dining services)
To learn more, click here 
Contact: John McRae (940-898-3665)

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