AACC has many employment opportunities available if you are eligible through Federal Work Study (FWS) or the Institutional Student Aid Program (ISAP). If eligible, you can apply for positions at AACC that interest you and campus supervisors will reach out if you meet all the necessary qualifications. Earnings from these on-campus positions can help you pay for your educational and living expenses.
FWS earnings won't reduce your eligibility for financial aid during the following academic year. However, the amount you earn should still be reported on next year’s FAFSA. Although ISAP is still a great way to gain experience and build your résumé while working on campus, earnings from ISAP funds and all other types of off-campus employment can sometimes reduce your eligibility for aid the following academic year.
- Gain valuable professional experience.
- Flexible work schedule around class times
- Convenient locations to earn where you learn and reduce your travel time
- Competitive pay
- FWS/ISAP award year is July 1 through June 30.
- Receive a paycheck on the 7th and 22nd of each month based exclusively on hourly wage and hours worked.
- Total earnings cannot exceed total award amount.
- Work up to 25 hours per week.
- Remain enrolled in an eligible program for at least 6 required credits per term.
- Actual earnings depend on the hourly wage and number of hours worked.
Applying for FWS/ISAP Funding
- Apply for financial aid.
- FWS funds are awarded automatically to all eligible students. View the Award Notice at MyAACC once you're notified through email. Contact the financial aid office for an Employment Authorization Form (EAF).
- ISAP funds are a limited resource and are not automatically awarded. Contact the financial aid office to request funding and an Employment Authorization Form (EAF).
- Apply early as hiring freezes after funding is fully awarded.
- Students can explore part-time job openings on Riverhawk CareerConnect.