There are several ways to earn money through work-study and employment.
The university offers aid from the Federal Work-Study Program to first and second bachelor's degree or graduate students. This program gives you the opportunity to earn money by working part-time during the school year (up to 20 hours per week) and full-time during the summer months and school breaks. The hourly rate for on-campus employment varies depending on the type of work involved. Most jobs start at minimum wage ($7.50). Jobs are available on and off campus.
The university encourages students to consider off campus jobs in community service organizations. T.U.'s Career Center (located at 7800 York Road building, Suite 2060 ) maintains a list of available Work-Study jobs and is a resource for other student employment.