Campus Employment (CE)
The Campus Employment program is a Marymount-funded program that enables both undergraduate and graduate students to work part-time on campus. Under this program, students can work up to 10 hours per week while classes are in session and up to 20 hours per week during the summer and breaks.
Students who are employed in CE positions are paid exactly the same and perform the same job duties as students who are employed through the government-funded Federal Work Study (FWS) program. The only difference between the two programs is that CE students are not eligible for FWS as determined by the Financial Aid Office.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Where will I work and what will I be doing?
How many hours can I work?
Am I guaranteed a CE job if I want one?
I’ve been awarded work-study. Can I also work under Campus Employment?
How can I apply for jobs?
When can I search for jobs and apply?
Can I apply for more than one job?
What paperwork will I need to complete after I am hired?
Does Campus Employment include Graduate Assistantships (GA) and stipend positions?
I have a stipend position or a GA position. Can I also work under Campus Employment?