Earn While You Learn
How do I find a job?
There are two ways to work as a student: as a student hourly employee or through Work Study. You can search and apply for all open positions in eWOLF. You can also ask any office or front desk on campus if they are hiring.
Student Hourly Jobs
To apply for Student hourly positions, you must be enrolled for at least six or more credit hours. During summer months, a student hourly can work without taking any classes as long as that student was enrolled with at least six (6) credit hours in proceeding spring term and enrolled for at least six (6) credit hours in upcoming fall term.
Student hourly positions perform a variety of work activities related to clerical, administrative, technical and general academic and instructional related duties. Students are permitted to work a maximum of 20 hours per week at FRCC during the semester and up to 28 hours per week during breaks and summer months.
Work Study Jobs
Work study provides the opportunity to earn a portion of your financial aid assistance by working part-time, either on-campus or with participating community-based partners off-campus. Students can work a maximum of 20 hours per week when classes are in session and are paid on a bi-weekly basis.
Eligibility is determined by first completing the Free Application of Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and availability of funds. Final determination is through the Financial Aid Office. Learn more.
For questions about Work Study, contact the Coordinator of Work Study Programs, Elizabeth.Romba@frontrange.edu.
There are many benefits to working on campus.
We know you are a student first and can work around your class schedule. Your supervisors are happy to build your work schedule around your classes and academic priorities. Often, you can work before, in-between, and after your classes to maximize your schedule.
Investing in you as a student is only half of the equation—we want to invest in you as a professional too. You will develop your professionalism, customer service, conflict management, communication and leadership skills. We want our graduates to be prepared to enter the workforce with book smarts and great work ethic.
We are invested in your success and that means connecting you to the resources you might find helpful for doing well in your classes. Studies show that students who are more engaged and connected on campus do better in their classes.