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Student Employment

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Various offices and departments throughout the campus hire student workers. Students are responsible for finding their own position. Students who are eligible for federal work-study have first priority for campus employment.

What is campus work study?
Students are eligible for federal college work-study based on need. The amount earned varies with the number of hours worked. Students typically work 7-10 hours a week. File the FAFSA form to determine eligibility for federal work-study. Generally, students are paid minimum wage on a bi-weekly basis. While the awarded amount is included in the financial aid package, it does not directly reduce the semester bill. Students must earn the money, which can act as reimbursement for tuition paid or can be saved for the following semester.

Do I qualify for campus work study?
Please check your financial aid award letter to check for eligibility or call the Financial Aid Office at 724-847-6530.

Where do I view available jobs?
You can view available jobs by clicking here

How do I apply for the available jobs?
Submit application to the department(s).

What do I need to do if I am hired?
If hired, please complete this packet of forms.


 

Point of Excellence

Geneva engineering students compete in national competitions including the Solar Splash, Steel Bridge Building and the Society of Automotive Engineers Baja Competition.

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Upcoming Events
Dec06
The Genevans Christmas "Glad Tidings" Concert
1st Presbyterian Church, Beaver Falls 7:00 p.m.

ARTS & CULTURE
The Genevans welcomes Christmas season with “Glad Tidings!”
The ensemble will perform its annual Christmas concerts on Dec. 5 and 6.
CURRENT STUDENTS
Geneva vocalists perform well at Tri-State competition
Five music majors competed against peers from PA, OH and WV.
ARTS & CULTURE
Geneva Reading Series: Nostalgia
Literary and musical talent will be on display on Wed., Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.
ATHLETICS
Cornuet remembers brother with help from football
Reprinted with permission from the Beaver County Times.
ATHLETICS
Athletic Department adds three programs
Geneva’s list of varsity sports expands to include Men’s and Women’s Golf and Men’s Tennis.