Student Work Program
It is the University’s Policy that every student meets the required number of hours of work with Education as decided by the University. However, in an effort to help those with established financial needs, limited work opportunities for students on campus are available. Preference is given to those staying in the hostels, those on scholarship, and those with established financial needs. Janitorial and maintenance work, work in the bakery, cafeteria, library, garden, farm, poultry, and secretarial appointments is coordinated by the Dean of Student Affairs in collaboration with the Worthy and Needy Students Financial Aid Committee. These opportunities to engage in productive and useful labor help develop character traits of industry, dependability and initiative. In the process, students may also acquire valuable vocational skills.