Jobs on Campus
Federal Work Study
Federal Work Study is offered through the federal campus-based aid program and provides
employment opportunities to eligible matriculated students.
Priority consideration is given to students who file a FAFSA by February 15th.
The award amount is based on the student's financial need, the availability of funds
to the campus, the number of hours the student can work per week, and the current
pay rate. Pay rates, including minimum pay rate can be found in the Student Employment
Handbook. Students receive FWS funds in the form of a bi-weekly paycheck for the hours
worked. On campus job opportunities are listed on the
Career Center Website
Federal Work Study/Community Service
Earn valuable work experience through the off-campus Federal Work Study Community
- $1,000 Tuition Voucher – limited AmeriCorp tuition vouchers available for students
who meet the eligibility criteria
- Valuable work experience to add to your resume
- Make Career Contacts – Network
- Students receive FWS funds in the form of a bi-weekly paycheck for the hours worked
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Stony Brook Departments, through their own funding sources, also provide opportunities
for qualified students to work on campus. Pay rates, including minimum pay rate can
be found in the Student Employment Handbook. Students receive a bi-weekly paycheck
for the hours worked. These employment assignments are available on the Career Center
Website. To be eligible, a student must be matriculated and enrolled at Stony Brook.
Faculty Student Association
The Faculty Student Association (FSA) operates an array of auxiliary business services
and programs for the campus, such as dining, bookstores, and the campus ID office.
FSA employs close to 500 students in a wide range of capacities. The FSA Office of
Student Staffing Resources is dedicated to providing placement, advising, and special
training programs for its on-campus employment and internship opportunities. Contact
the FSA Student Staffing Resources office in the Student Union for additional information
and employment application, or visit the
FSA Student Staffing Resources
website for details.
Graduate assistantships (Teaching, Research and Graduate assistantships) are awarded
on a competitive basis by the Graduate School on recommendation of the Graduate Program
faculty. Awards are made annually and, generally, may be renewed for up to four years.
Graduate students should contact their Graduate Program Director to determine if assistantships
are available within their program of study.