Juneteenth

Administrative offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, in observance of the Juneteenth Independence Day.

Workforce training that pays off.

The Federal Work-Study Program provides a way for students with financial need to earn federal money for education expenses.

A student's total Federal Work-Study Award depends on when the application is received, level of financial need, and Cumberlands' current funding level.

Most work-study jobs are paid minimum wage for each hour worked. Checks are issued twice a month and are available at the Office of Student Accounts. Students are encouraged to use this money to pay off their student account first, then use any remainder to pay for outside educational expenses.

Though work-study jobs are generally on campus, some off-campus work is available. On-campus work-study is available in nearly every campus office and organization. Off-campus jobs generally consist of working for a private, nonprofit organization or an agency with community interest.

Pay Periods

Have you been awarded work-study? Make sure work-study is listed as part of your financial aid award package and complete the required New Student Employee Forms and Apply for a work-study position. 

Students paid by check can pick up their student employment check in the Office of Student Accounts on the 15th and the last working day each month.  

Pay Periods
 
Hours completed on the 19th -3rd are paid on the 15th of the month.
Hours completed on the 4th -18th are paid on the last day of the month.

A student working at a desk answering a phone

Student Employment in Workday

All Student Employment tasks are done inside of Workday. You can view tutorials and more information on the IT Helpdesk Solutions Page.

Have Questions? Contact us at the UC Student Employment Office.

Contact Information  
Email: work-study [at] ucumberlands.edu (work-study[at]ucumberlands[dot]edu)
Phone: (606) 539-4185 or (606) 539-5593
Office Location: Gatliff Administration, 226
Mailing Address: 6190 College Station Drive