Connecticut College offers student employment both on and off campus.  There are four categories of student employment:

1. Federal Work Study

Amount of aid: The federal government will pay 75% of a student’s wages. 
Who is eligible: Eligibility is based on financial need as determined by a review of the FAFSA and other supporting documents.  The student’s financial aid award will list the amount of eligibility from this program. International students are not eligible for Federal Work Study.
Where to find these jobs: Job openings will be posted on CamelWeb.

How to access the job listing:

1. Log into CamelWeb. Select the "For Students" tab.
2. Student Employment Postings 
3. Select the title that suits your status. 
4. The job(s) listed will give you basic information and a point of contact.

Federal Work Study FAQ

2. Federal Community Service Tutors Work Study

Amount of aid: The federal government will pay 100% of a student’s wages for tutor-related work in New London or Norwich. 
Who is eligible:  Eligibility is based on financial need as determined by a review of the FAFSA and other supporting documents. 
Where to find these jobs: Office of Volunteers for Community Service (OVCS)

3. Connecticut College Work Study

Amount of aid: Connecticut College will pay 100% of a student’s wages.
Who is eligible: Any student can apply for this type of employment.  However, the number of these jobs is limited. 
Where to find these jobs: Jobs will be listed on the College website. Students often find employment with such departments as dining services, catering, admission and theater services.

Connecticut College Work Study FAQ

International Student FAQ

Information for Supervisors

View the Student Employment website on the College's Intranet, CamelWeb. (Campus login is required.)