Federal and state funds that provide part-time employment for students who are enrolled at least six credit hours. Students are allowed to work maximum 20 hours during the academic periods and 40 during the interim periods and breaks.
Federal Work Study (FWS) is a need-based, federally funded college administered program that allows a student to earn a specified amount of money to help with college expenses.
General Employment (UH) is a program that offers on-campus, part-time jobs if a student does not apply or does not qualify for Federal Work Study (FWS).
- Half-time enrollment (6 semester hours Fall/Spring)
- Financial need as determined by financial aid policies
- Meet the financial aid satisfactory academic policy requirements
- U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen
Bridge-to-Hope (BTH) is an employment option for welfare (TANF/TAONF) recipients and First-to-Work (FTW) participants who want to work and attend college full-time. To learn more about Bridge-to-Hope click here.
- Full-time enrollment (12 semester hours Fall/Spring)
- Welfare recipient (TANF/TAONF)
- Meet First-to-Work (FTW) requirements
Applying for Student Employment
STEPS TO APPLY FOR STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
- TO SEARCH AND APPLY FOR ON-CAMPUS POSITIONS:
- Go to the UH Student Employment & Co-operative Education (SECE) web site, www.hawaii.edu/sece.
- This will take you to the UH System’s online job search database.¬†Click the “Login Here” button in the upper right corner.
- Login using your MyUH username (name that precedes @hawaii.edu) and password.
- Print the referrals and contact the departments you are seeking a position with.
- Follow the instructions provided on the job referral and be sure to take your job referral form with you to your interview.
NOTE: If this is your first semester attending the College, you will not be able to view any job openings until 3 weeks before the start of the semester.
All paper paychecks and paystubs (direct deposit) will be sent to your employer. Click here for instructions to sign-up for direct deposit. Any questions contact the Student Employment Office, (808) 934-2712.