Student Employment Program
There are two types of employment opportunities for Endicott students: Federal Work-Study and Campus Employment. All Students who work on campus must read the Student Employment Handbook.
Federal Work-Study is a need-based financial aid program that is awarded by the Financial Aid Office. The majority of the positions at Endicott require that you have been awarded Federal Work-Study as part of your financial aid package. While we try to ensure that students who were awarded Federal Work-Study are able to obtain a position on campus, it is not guaranteed. All student employees are paid for the hours that they work and the wages are not applied to their tuition bill. To search for available jobs, please click Federal Work-Study Job Search
Campus Employment is available on a very limited basis for students that do not qualify for Federal Work-Study. Please contact the Financial Aid Office at email@example.com or 978-232-2070 for more information.
There are two forms that students need to complete in order to work on campus: W-4 and I-9. The I-9 Form requires verification of your identity. To verify your identity, please bring to the Financial Aid Office your driver's license or school ID AND your social security card or birth certificate. A U.S passport may be used in place of these documents. All required documents must be originals (we will make copies and return the originals to you) with the exception of the birth certificate, which can be a certified copy.
It is Endicott's practice to encourage students to sign up for direct deposit. A Direct Deposit Form is required to initiate the process.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-232-2070.
The Endicott College Financial Aid Team