Work Study and Student Hourly Employment

Important Links

Types of Student Employment
Work Study and Student Hourly Job Listings
Payroll Information
Current Off-Campus Job Listings 

Types of Student Employment

 

Work Study

  • Work Study is a Federal and State-funded program permitting students to earn a salary by working part time on campus. Click here for more on work study.
    • Work up to 20 hours/week on campus
    • Hourly rates start at the minimum wage and can be increased by level and tier
    • Must be enrolled in at least 6 credits for the semester in which they are working
  • How do I know if I am eligible for Work Study?
    • You must apply for Financial Aid (FAFSA) in order to learn of your eligibility.
    • Call 303.914.6256 for general Financial Aid information.

click here to see if you are eligible for work study

Student Hourly

  • Student Hourly employment allows students to work part time on campus, with wages paid by the hiring department.
  • Student Hourly is not connected to your Financial Aid status
    • Work up to 20 hours/week on campus
    • Hourly rates start at the minimum wage and can be increased by level and tier
    • Must be enrolled in at least 6 credits for the semester in which they are working

Job Listings

 

Current Student Jobs

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant II - First Year Experience (FYE)

Student Employment - Climbing Wall Assistant - Student Recreation Center

Student Employment - Intramural Sports Assistant - Student Recreation Center

Student Employment - Library Assistant - Library

Student Employment - Project and Lab Assistant - Water Quality Management Technology

Student Employment - Student Ambassador - Student Outreach and Recruitment

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant - Student Outreach and Recruitment

Student Employment - Technical Assistant - Theatre Arts and Dance

Student Employment - Costume Shop Assistant - Theatre Arts and Dance

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant - The Hub

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant - Inclusion and Diversity

Student Employment - Radio Red Rocks (Multiple Positions Available) - English Department

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant II - Advising

Student Employment - Shop Assistant - Fine Woodworking

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant - Cashier's Office

Student Employment - Student Assistant - Learning Commons

Student Employment - Tutoring Lab Assistant - Learning Commons

Student Employment - Recreation Assistant - Arvada Student Recreation

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant - Career Success Center

Student Employment - America Reads Tutor - Career Success Services

Student Employment - Department Assistant - Outdoor Education

Student Employment - Call Center Assistant II - Call Center

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant - Admissions

Student Employment - Clerical Assistant - TRIO SSS

Student Employment - Group Fitness Assistant - Student Recreation

Student Employment - Personal Training Assistant - Student Recreation

Student Employment - Recreation Assistant - Student Recreation

Payroll Information

Most information can be found in the Student Employment Handbook.

Payroll Schedule PDF - Biweekly Payroll Schedule, Fall Semester 2019

Payroll Schedule PDF - Biweekly Payroll Schedule, Spring Semester 2020

Timesheets: All student employees are required to record the hours they've worked on electronic timesheets and to submit those timesheets according to the schedules above.

Instructions on how to complete your electronic timesheet can be found here

Please contact Bob Miller in the Human Resources Department at 303.914.6300 if you cannot access your time sheet or if you have questions about your time sheet.

Important Dates for Both Work Study and Student Hourly 

Important Dates for Student Employment - Fall Semester 2019 PDF

Important Dates for Student Employment - Spring Semester 2020 PDF

 

Current Off-Campus Job Listings

www.rrcc.edu/career-connect

America Reads/Counts

America Reads America Counts

Work-study students can earn $13.50/hour by helping young learners with reading and math skills at a local elementary school. Please see jobs.rrcc.edu for openings.