Student Employment Opportunities
What is Work-Study?
To qualify for Work-Study jobs you must demonstrate financial need and have a Work-Study award as part of your overall financial aid award. To determine work-study eligibility, a FAFSA must be submitted. If you have financial need and haven't been awarded Work Study you can talk to a financial aid counselor at the UW Office of Student Financial Aid www.washington.edu/students/osfa/ about being placed on the Work Study waiting list. Please keep in mind that Work Study is only one type of job on campus. There are non-work study positions on-campus and other part-time employment jobs off-campus too.
In a Work Study program, the employer pays only 20-50 percent of the student's wages; the rest is subsidized by federal or state funds. International students are ineligible for Work-Study.
Types of Work-Study Positions on the Department:
In order to be considered for employment in the Department of Architecture, a student must be work- study eligible.
Current students interested in a work-study position in the Department of Architecture should email a cover letter and resume to Shanna Sukol, Program Manager.
Work-study positions available at other departments are posted on the UW Office of Student Financial Aid website.