Northwest College

Types of Aid

Student Jobs

You can earn extra money for school with a part-time job on campus that fits your class schedule. Jobs range from clerical to custodial, livestock care to library attendant, athletic events to website maintenance, food service, lab preparation and beyond.

They’re real jobs. You must apply for them and exhibit a good work ethic to keep them. They’re not guaranteed as part of your federal aid package.

  • Be currently enrolled in six hours or more as a degree-seeking student to be eligible for a job
  • Apply early to have a better chance of landing the job you want

How to Apply

1. NWC offers a variety of student employment/work-study positions on campus. For a listing of positions and their availablity click the blue button above or visit MyNWC (requires your student username and password)

2. There are 7 Steps (in 2 parts required to apply (Part 1) and complete the hiring procedure (Part 2) for a student employment/work-study position.  All 7 steps must be completed before a student can work any hours in any position.

Forms for your convenience:


Human Resources

Good to Know:
  • Most jobs earn minimum wage; custodial, grounds and food service positions earn more.
  • You can work more than one job but not more than 20 hours a week total.
  • You’ll be paid monthly.
  • Northwest College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Institution (EOE/EOI)

All employees must provide acceptable documentation of eligibility to work in the United States. For more information and directions, see the I-9 Form listed above.