Student Work Study

Work Study Positions

FSCC offers students work-study jobs that work around their busy schedule. Eligible students can earn $10 an hour based off their hourly availability (this is determined by Financial Aid). The federally funded work-study program provides campus employment for students in good standing with financial need. Students interested in work study should inquire at the Financial Aid office to see if they meet the federal eligibility requirements. All students applying for work-study employment, regardless of their family financial situation, must have a completed financial aid file. Eligible students will be directed to any known supervisors that need work-study positions filled. Department supervisors will interview applicants and make the final decision to hire. Before a student may start working, an employment packet must be completed by both the student and his/ her supervisor and returned to the financial aid office. An assignment sheet will be given to the supervisor.


Please fill out the application and email or hand in to the Financial Aid Department at


Job Duties: To assist the Registrar and Records Analyst in day-to-day functions as assigned such as filing, answering phones, data entry, alphabetizing, generating student ID cards, greeting and assisting students, and any other duties designated by the Registrar.  While duties of this office vary by day, filing student records will be the primary function for the work-study student.

Report to: Registrar


Job Duties: To assist the athletic office with daily office paperwork and errands, to pick up the mail from teachers’ work room in Bailey Hall, to make any needed copies as instructed, any data entry as needed, office procedures as instructed, and assisting coaches as needed.

Requirements: Ability to use Microsoft Office with Excel preferred, ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality.

Report to: Athletics


Job Duties: Shipping and receiving packages, assisting customers with book and retail purchases, answering phones as needed, and other duties as assigned.

Report to: Bookstore

John Deere

Job Duties: Student will complete repairs to existing equipment that does not fall into our curriculum, assemble training aids, rearrange unused equipment in our storage containers, enter specialty tools into a database for inventory, and other duties as assigned.

Report to: John Deere


Job Duties: The individual will work as a member of a team and be expected to multitask. Once trained, will be expected to work with very little supervision. Must be neat and clean in appearance and be punctual for work. Will perform a range of office support assignments while being exposed to new methods, processes, and procedures within the area of Academics. Have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office, photo copying, answering multi-line phone, filing, and other duties as assigned.  Must have a pleasant attitude, good customer service skills, and good computer skills. Must be eager to work, punctual, and able to handle confidential information without incident.

Requirements: Knowledgeable in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel software

Report to: Instruction

Advising Office

Job Duties: To assist the Advising Office with day-to-day tasks. These tasks include, but are not limited to: answering phones, filing paperwork, stocking office supplies, scheduling advising appointments, greeting students/visitors, taking/returning messages, and directing traffic within Student Services.

Report to: Advising

Athletic Trainer

Job Duties: The work study in the Athletic Training Room provides the necessary cleaning and housekeeping types of service, while also obtaining the opportunity to absorb knowledge and learn techniques of the profession. Tasks include: Cleaning water coolers, restocking tape drawers, sweeping floors, laundry, and other housekeeping tasks.

Report to: Athletic Trainer

Gordon Parks Museum

Job Duties: To assist with overall museum operations, including regular office duties, light custodial work, record-keeping and archival duties, planning programming and special events, and design/creative services for marketing. Student will also give tours and presentations to guests of the museum, as well as completing retail transactions. Student will undertake other assignments as designated by the Director.

Report to: Gordon Parks Museum

Women’s Basketball

Job Duties: Team laundry, folding/organizing laundry, cleaning locker room, stocking pre-workout snack and drink basket, organizing coach’s offices, picking up programs from print shop, and any other duties as assigned.

Report to: Women’s Basketball

Public Relations

Job Duties: Work-study will work directly with the Director of Strategic Communication. This person must be task oriented, able to participate in on-campus activities, and be able to obtain a sense of confidentiality if it occurs. Photography, design work, writing skills, proper grammar, and social media knowledge is a must. Need to be able to use basic Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint software. Will be responsible for running errands on and off campus, scheduling, answering the phone, filing, and may need to be available for some night and/or weekend projects.

Report to:  Public Relations

Men’s Basketball

Job Duties: Cleaning the locker room, including taking out the trash and folding practice and game gear. Office work, including filing and cleaning. Gym/practice/game duties, including helping prepare for practice and game day. These preparation duties include placing out uniforms, picking up programs from the print shop, picking up sack lunches, and loading up the shuttle on away games. May need to assist with other duties as assigned.

Report to: Men’s Basketball


Job Duties: To assist the Admissions office in day-to-day functions as assigned, such as generating & mailing acceptance letters, filing, answering phones, data entry, making Admissions folders, alphabetizing, generating student ID cards, greeting and assisting students & the general public, and any other duties designated by the Admin Assistant or Admissions.  While duties of this office vary by day, answering phones & being the outgoing and friendly face of FSCC is very important for this work study.

Report to: Admissions

Business Office

Job Duties: Looking for an individual to work 15-20 hours per week at the Business Office Receptionist desk.  Duties to include greeting visitors and students, answering the phones, filing, filling supply orders, and other duties as assigned.

Report to: Business Office

Financial Aid Office

Job Duties: Greeting students, answering phones, taking accurate messages, tracking documents, filing, making files, and other clerical duties as experience is gained.  Must have high level of confidentiality and professionalism.

Report to: Financial

Print Shop

Job Duties: The print shop work study will be responsible for delivering office supplies to the requesting departments. Using print shop equipment you would be responsible for doing tasks like folding, cutting, binding and collating print jobs, making copies on the copier per requests. Running mail thru the mail machine in the afternoon. And various other tasks as needed.

Report to: Charles Howser

Human Resources

*Ability to maintain confidentiality is required.

Job Duties: Filing, copying, organizing, and other clerical office tasks

Report to: Human Resources


Job Duties: Clerical, including answering phones, filing, making files and other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Report to:  Foundation


Duties assigned by head coach

Report to: Golf



Report to: Rodeo

photography student