Student workers are important members of the Brevard College community. We view campus employment as an essential part of your education and professional growth. Through campus employment, you have the opportunity to acquire transferable skills and expertise that build resumes and launch careers as well earn funds to pay towards your education.

Having a job on campus is exceptional part of the Brevard experience. Whether you are giving tours, answering phones, assisting the IT department, working in the dining hall or the operations crew, filing paperwork, assisting at athletic events, or working with the theatre, you will find a great connection to the Brevard community. Plus you will gain valuable work experience and earn money toward tuition and other expenses.

Typically we host a Work-Study Fair each Fall semester for students awarded Federal or Institutional work study. Prior the the Work-Study Job Fair you can review potential work-study openings to see what might be the best fit for you below under resources. You will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the different departments on campus at the Work-study Job Fair and express interest for a position in their department.  *There are limited positions in some departments. Students added to the work-study program in the Spring semester will be placed in available openings on a case by case basis.  

  • Please note that a work-study award does not guarantee you employment on campus. You are expected to adhere to a level of responsibility and accountability in each work-study role assigned. Returning students may be requested to stay in a work-study placement after the completion of a successful semester/year. Upperclassman without placement are expected to check for available positions on Brevard Connect to acquire placement. 
  • Most new students will expect to begin working on campus with our largest work-study sites; admissions, dining services, operations, campus life, athletic department or library.
  • Campus employment hours vary depending on the department/position, but you can expect approximately 6-8 hours per week around your academic schedule for a total of 93 hours per semester. 
  • Students must complete the required number of hours to receive the financial aid work-study award. Students that do not complete their hours may owe the college and/or not receive the complete work-study award. Students may also be removed from the work-study program for inactivity. 
  • Required work-study forms below must be submitted before you can be hired by any department.
  • The Financial Aid Office located in Beam Administration Building, handles award distribution and payroll details are handled through the Payroll Office located in the second level of Beam Administration. These offices share a commitment to help you succeed in the Campus Work-Study Program. Work study placement and training is handled by the Office for Career Development in Coltrane Commons. You can email work-study questions to   

Important Fall 2021 Dates (updated 7/20/21)

  • August 23rd - 10:00 AM-New Student Required Work-Study Orientation in Ingram Auditorium
  • August 27th - 10:00 AM-1:00 PM New Student Work-Study Job Fair on Robbins Plaza 
  • August 27th - Deadline for Returning Work-Study students to make contact with Work-Study Supervisor.
  • September 1st - New Student Work-Studies will be notified of work-study placement via email with next steps. 
  • September 7th - Deadline for New Student Work-Study students to make contact with Work-Study Supervisor.

Required Forms

If you are looking for the required Work-Study forms you have come to the correct place!  Questions regarding forms can be directed to Kelly Kearnan at  

All documents will need to be turned prior to a student starting the work-study program. 

New work-study students: All forms below must be submitted to payroll here.

Returning work-study students: Submit the Work-Study Pay Agreement and Confidentiality Agreement each year via email

For payroll purposes you will need a picture ID and a copy of one of the following: Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, or Passport. A complete list of acceptable documents can be found at:

International work-study students: please be sure to follow the instructions provided from the link below and print out a copy after submission, this is in addition to all the forms listed below as well. This is a required document to determine your eligibility to be in the Work Study Program.


Work-Study students are required to document their time worked on the work-study timesheet and submit the hours worked to their work-study supervisor the last day worked of each month.  

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All work-study students are required to read and sign a work-study contract stating they understand the policies for the Work-Study program in order to participate. 

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A complete list of work-study positions, job descriptions and work-study supervisors with contact information.

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