Employment and Work Study
Students of Ohio University - Zanesville can also work for the university or a campus-based program. There are two types of programs, the federal work study and centralized student employment.
Student Employment Possibilities
- Federal Work Study Program: The Federal Work Study Program (FWS) involves a part-time job on-campus or off-campus which gives the student an opportunity to gain work experience and earn extra money to help pay for living and educational expenses. Students may work up to 10 hours per week and are paid the current minimum hourly wage. The FAFSA application must be completed by the first primary deadline to be considered, which is March 15.
- Centralized Student Employment: OUZ has a limited number of jobs on campus that are funded through departmental budgets. Students may obtain an application for employment at the Office of Student Services. Under this program, Financial need is not a consideration for employment. Also, students are paid the current minimum hourly wage.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Services at (740) 588-1439