James Sprunt Community College participates in the federally funded program that assists students with the costs of education, also known as Federal Work Study program. The Federal Work Study Program helps students earn financial funding through part-time employment. It emphasizes experience in civic education and work related to your course of study whenever possible.
JSCC offers employment opportunities to eligible students who wish to earn money while attending college. Students will work in various areas on campus and in the community. On average, students work approximately 10-12 hours/week, at a pay range of $8.12-$10.15/hr., on and off campus.
Students must have a FAFSA on file and have a financial need determined accordingly. If interested in the federal work-study program, students should indicate this interest when completing the FAFSA. Upon receipt, a separate application will have to be completed by interested students.
Please note that students who participate in this program are required to maintain satisfactory academic progress at all times.
If interested, please complete the provided application and return to the Financial Aid Office. The work-study applications is attached above and and in the FA Office, which is located in the Strickland Building, Room 116.