More than 1,350 students work on campus to help with their college expenses.
Some students are awarded work study as part of their financial aid packages.
Even if you're not awarded work study, you may still get a job on campus. Students work a variety of jobs - from sports photography or driving the Bethel shuttle to serving coffee in Royal Grounds.
Qualifying for Work Study
After you apply for aid through Bethel and complete your FAFSA, you'll receive your financial aid package letting you know if you qualify for work study.
The amount of work study you're awarded reflects your maximum earning potential. An offer of up to $2,500 in work study doesn't guarantee that you'll earn the full amount. What you earn will depend on your pay rate and the number of hours you work throughout the year.
Campus jobs pay a minimum of $8/hour (2014-2015 rates), and you can work up to 20 hours per week. Typical annual earnings range from $1,300-2,500.
Submit the online Student Employment Application by May 10 for priority placement in a position.