There are many opportunities to work part-time while attending school at UW-Stevens Point, and well over 1,600 students do just that. While hundreds of others are assisted with finding work in the community. Many others find work themselves. Working part-time while attending school is a very popular option for many students. Please note, students do not need to have Federal work-study offered to be able to work on campus.
College Work Study Program
Eligibility is based upon desire to work (which is indicated on the FAFSA), class level, and need. Students may reduce the amount of work study offered in their accesSPoint if less work is anticipated. Note: unlike other employment, earnings from Federal work-study jobs are disregarded when determining future financial aid eligibility.
These funds are earned throughout the year by working a part time job for any UWSP department or approved community nonprofit organization to help pay for college costs. Wages earned are paid via direct deposit.
Campus Activities and Student Engagement (CASE)
office assisting students in their part-time job search. Located in the Dreyfus University Center, this office has a dedicated staff who network with employers all over campus and within the community always looking for employment opportunities for students here at the UW-Stevens Point.
UW-Stevens Point is fortunate to have our
Stevens Point Community
Some of the most interesting work can be found in the community. The CASE office participates in the Federal Job Locator and Development program; this means employment opportunities are generated in the local marketplace. A variety options are available: work at a local major industry, doing personal assistance with retired faculty members or work with a local community resident just to name a few. Job openings are posted at the CASE office, where students can register for the kind of work they would like, so that when a new position opens up they can be contacted. To learn more, visit Campus Activities and Student Engagement (CASE)