There are hundreds of jobs for students available across campus. You can write press releases, be a lab monitor, work as an admissions tour guide, man the circulation desk in the library and more.

Benefits of working on campus include:

  • Having an employer who understands your course work demands
  • Getting professional experience
  • References for your resume
  • Making connections that increase your Susquehanna support network
  • Improved time management skills and even better grades

Federal Work-Study Program

The Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) allows qualified students to fund a portion of their educational expenses through part-time employment on campus.

Work-Study awards are not deducted from your university bill. Most students use their earnings for personal expenses or purchasing textbooks.

  • How do I apply? Students who complete the application process for need-based aid are evaluated for eligibility. No additional application is required.
  • How do I find a job? Visit Crusader Careers for a listing of the latest openings.
  • How much will I earn? Students are paid $7.25 per hour for starting positions. The maximum first-year, work-study award is $2,450 or the equivalent of 12 hours of work per week during the 30-week academic year.

"Cash" or Campus Employment

Students who do not qualify for FWS may work on campus in a "cash" or campus employment position. Many offices across campus hire students in these positions.

America Reads

Susquehanna University participates in a federal initiative called America Reads. Through this program, students paid through the Work-Study Program tutor children in a local elementary school. If you would like to know more about the details of the program, please call Student Financial Services.

Contact Us

Student Financial Services

514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Phone & Email

570-372-4450
sfs@susqu.edu

$61

million in aid awarded in 2014-15

98%

of students receive aid

53%

of students work on campus

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