Student Employment Programs
Student employment programs are managed out of Georgia Regents University's Financial Aid Office. For more information, please visit their website or email questions to email@example.com. Students can search for jobs under these programs through GRU CareerLink.
Georgia Regents University offers a variety of student employment programs to meet your needs: Federal Work Study, Graduate Assistant and Student Assistant Programs.
Federal Work Study
The Federal Work Study (FWS) program is designed to stimulate and promote the part-time employment of students who demonstrate financial need in accordance with federal guidelines. The program provides financial assistance to students while broadening their educational experiences. FWS students are employed in many departments on campus as well as agencies and organizations throughout the Augusta area.
Graduate assistants are graduate students who provide academic and program support to various departments on campus. These students work part-time on campus and are offered tuition at a reduced rate.
The Student Assistant Program (SA) provides part-time positions for students to aid in meeting a portion of their educational expenses, as well as obtaining valuable employment experience. Student Assistants are employed in departments on campus. All students who are currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program are eligible for the SA Program. Financial need is not a factor. Compensation is 100% departmental.
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