At Keuka College, student employment is more than a job, it is an experience valued by faculty, staff, and the entire campus community.
This experience, outside the classroom, provides an opportunity for students to practice and learn valuable work-related skills and, at the same time, help meet educational and personal expenses while at Keuka College.
The Student Employment program provides students with the opportunity to work part-time and earn a paycheck. If a student qualifies, Federal Work-Study (FCW) or Keuka College Work-Study (KWW) will be awarded as part of the students' financial aid package. This award can be found on the your financial aid award letter. The total amount awarded is what the student is eligible to earn for the academic year and is based on information provided on the FAFSA. In order to work on campus during the academic year, students must have a work-study award.
Students are not guaranteed employment and must be proactive in applying for open positions. Student employment is based on job availability, scheduling and skills.
All students are required to complete an I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification form and new hire paperwork after they've been offered employment but before they begin working. International students who have been offered employment are eligible to apply for a United States social security number. The Office of Human Resources will assist international students with completing the appropriate paperwork.