Work study and Job Opportunities
The federal government, state of Texas and Schreiner University provide programs for students to work while they are enrolled in school. Part time work study positions are available both on and off campus to eligible students.
How do you know if you are eligible?
The Office of Financial Aid must award work study to a student. Students must then apply for various positions through the Human Resources office. Awarded students are eligible to earn up to $1500 per academic year. The award does not guarantee a position. Students must interview and obtain a job before they are paid an hourly wage. Checks are cut bi-weekly to students based on approved time sheets.
Freshmen and transfers will receive further information on this program during the orientation process.
Whether you are an incoming freshman or a current student, if you were not awarded work study and would like the opportunity to work on campus, contact the financial aid office at firstname.lastname@example.org, call us at 800-343-4919 or 830-792-7217, or come by the office in the Welcome Center.
Current Work Study Opportunities
Other job opportunities on campus include
Off-campus job opportunities are available through our Career Services office. Career Services offers a program called Jobs4Mountaineers that will give you job listings for entry-level professional jobs, Internships, and summer jobs. You can upload your resume and send it off to employers who want job candidates like you!
Community Internship Program (CIP) – Applications are taken in the spring of each year for assignments during the summer. Students work at local non-profit organizations and receive a $1200 scholarship during the following fall semester. Watch your email for notification.
LSS note takers – the LSS program will purchase notes from students in certain classes.
Peer tutors - students are paid to tutor other students on campus. Watch your email for notification.
Phone-a-thon workers – the Advancement office hires students to make phone calls during fund-raising drives. Watch your email for notification. These funds are paid directly to the student and are not considered financial aid.
Tele-counselors– the Admissions office hires students to make phone calls to potential students during the year. Applications are available in spring of each year. Watch your email for notification. These funds are paid directly to the student and are not considered financial aid.
The Office of Financial Aid at Schreiner University is committed to assisting students in obtaining the best financial aid award possible. However, it is the student’s responsibility to comply with all requirements necessary to complete the financial aid process. In addition, the Office of Financial Aid is not responsible for the student's financial obligations to Schreiner University. Each student must verify their account balance and make arrangements for any amounts not covered by financial aid.