On-campus jobs are available to both undergraduate and graduate students under the Federal University Work-Study and Capitol Technology University Work-Study programs. These work programs offer students the opportunity to earn money to meet educational and personal expenses during the year and to get on-the-job work experience. On-campus positions are posted through Capitol's Online Career Center. Students interested in work study should first contact Financial Aid to see which work-study program they are eligible for and then search online for available positions.
Federal Work-Study is funded by the federal government and awarded by Financial Aid to eligible students who have filed their FAFSA. It is the policy of Capitol Technology University that while class is in session during fall and spring, students cannot work more than 20 hours per week.
Capitol Technology University Work-Study
Students not awarded Federal Work-Study can consider employment under the Capitol Technology University Work-Study program. Funding for this program is provided by various campus departments. Admitted students can contact Financial Aid for more information. Student employers decide the maximum hours students may work each week.