Eastern Oklahoma State College

Student Employment

Eastern Oklahoma State College offers on-campus employment to students each semester. Employment opportunities are available in the form of Federal College Work-Study or Regular College Employment.

Benefits of On-Campus Employment

  • Convenient location
  • Flexible work hours
  • Opportunity to work in departments/divisions tied to your career goals

STEP 1

Before completing the online employment application, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have a completed Financial Aid file with Eastern.

Federal Work-Study

Federal Work-Study (FWS) provides part-time employment for students who are enrolled at least half-time and demonstrate financial need. The maximum amount a recipient can earn under this federal program is determined by his/her financial need and availability of funds.

Students work around their class schedule and are limited to a certain number of hours each week. Students must also maintain satisfactory academic progress to be allowed to continue working on the Federal Work-Study program. Funding for the Federal Work-Study program is allocated by the government. Once all the funds for the institution have been awarded, no more students can participate that year.

After completing the FAFSA, you can check Self-Service for your Financial Aid status to see if an award has been granted.

Regular College Employment

Regular College Employment (RCE) is an institutionally funded financial aid program that provides part-time on-campus employment opportunities for students who are not otherwise eligible for Federal Work-Study.

Students work around their class schedule and are limited to a certain number of hours each week. Students must also maintain satisfactory academic progress to be allowed to continue working on the RCE program. These funds are limited. Wage expenses for these positions are funded through the hiring department’s operating budget.

STEP 2

Once you have completed the FAFSA and verified the type of work you are eligible to apply for, you can complete the online application below. Be sure to select which departments and/or on-campus positions you are interested in. Not all positions posted may be available at the time of application.

STEP 3

The Student Employment Coordinator will forward your application to the departments you selected. The department supervisor will contact you directly if they are interested in interviewing you for that position.

STEP 4

If you are hired for a Student Employment position, you will need to submit the following information to the Student Employment Coordinator (Enrollment Center, First Floor Library Building) before you can begin work.

  • A valid photo ID (driver’s license, student ID, etc.)
  • Original Social Security Car (a copy or photo cannot be accepted)
  • Voided check or official bank document with account and routing number printed on it. If you are using the Herring Bank debit card issued to you (Mountaineer Card), please provide the banking information from Herring Bank used to set up your direct deposit.

STEP 5

Before you begin work, review the Student Employment Handbook on your own or with your supervisor. Students will also be required to submit their hours worked by the due date. Supervisors will provide additional information.

On-Campus Student Employment Job Descriptions

Not all positions posted may be available at the time of application. EOSC faculty and staff who want to add or change their jobs descriptions can complete the Student Employment Job Posting form.

Contact

Dayna Bills
Enrollment Center, First Floor Library
918.465.1795
Fax: 918.465.4460
dbills@mmtoinches.net

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