Federal college work study gives eligible students an opportunity to work part-time on campus while attending DMACC. Work study positions typically pay $9.50 per hour and range from 10-15 hours per week on average. Work study employees earn paychecks which are directly deposited into a bank account of the employee's choosing twice each month. Income earned through the work study program is taxable.
In order to participate in the work study program, you must complete the FAFSA and be offered work study by Financial Aid. To determine if you have been offered work study, you may review your financial aid awards on the Web Info System available by accessing
myDMACC. Keep in mind that you will only be able to review financial aid awards if you have received a notice from the Financial Aid Office at DMACC that you have been awarded financial aid. Students who are eligible for the program may apply for work study positions posted on this website. Please see the application instructions and FAQ handout below for more information about the application process.
Jobs are posted year-round as they come available, so check back often!
How to Apply for Work Study Jobs
- Click on the blue button above to view current work study job openings. The website is updated frequently as positions open and close throughout the year, so students should check the site often to view current listings.
Note: You will be required to log in using your DMACC username and password to view the current job openings. These are the same username and password used to log into your DMACC email account.
- To learn more about a job you're interested in, click on the blue hyperlinked position title on the left side of the job listings page to open a full description of the position.
- Follow the instructions provided within the job's description to apply. Please note that application instructions vary from position to position, so be sure to follow directions carefully.
Work Study Forms
DMACC Faculty and Staff, please login to the website to view a list of forms below.