Student Jobs & Work Study

Campus jobs are a great opportunity to gain work experience and earn money for college.

Many students also work part-time during college to help cover tuition costs and living expenses.

WSU departments employ over 1,000 students each year in either work study or student help positions.

Whether you have a work study job or student help job, you’ll earn the university minimum wage and receive a paycheck every two weeks.

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