For Incoming Students
Select your Work Study job on campus
Students interested in applying for a work-study position can print and mail the Work Study Placement Form to the Office of Financial Aid. Work Study job placements are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. To be sure that you receive the placement you want, submit your form as early as possible to Laura Saville or Hornet Central. Contact Laura Saville at (540) 665-4533 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students eligible for work study can earn up to $2,300 a year in the form of a bi–weekly pay checks made out to the student.
Financial Aid packages show the full $2,300 earning, but students do not automatically receive that amount. Students must work in order receive that financial aid award. Work Study earnings are not put towards tuition.
Clocking for a Work Study Position
Shenandoah University uses a web based system for hourly employees to track hours worked:
- Self Service Time Entry
- Your username and password are the same as your SUnet (Canvas) login.
- The How to Log Employee Time guide has step-by-step instructions on how to log employee time.
If you need assistance with anything related to Self Service Time Entry, contact the Shenandoah University Payroll Office at 540-665-5454, email@example.com or the Office of Human Resources.