Hawkeye Community College understands the importance of employment opportunities for students since it complements their academic experience and contributes to their retention rate.
The Federal Work-Study Program provides part-time jobs for undergraduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program also serves as an educational tool to increase the student’s job skills and enhance future career opportunities.
Hawkeye Community College employs an average of 100 students annually in approximately 65 on and off-campus work-study positions.
The Financial Aid office is the department responsible for the administration of work-study student employment at Hawkeye Community College.
The associate director of financial aid is the appointed person for overseeing the work-study program and enforcing applicable federal and state work-study laws and statutes and institutional policies governing work-study employment practices.
It is Hawkeye's policy to provide equal opportunities to student employees, and not to displace or reduce full-time employment opportunities.
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