Financial Aid

Student Work Office

The Student Work Office seeks to support all aspects of student work, including assisting students in their search for work, providing students and student supervisors with support and resources, and partnering with colleagues across campus to support this critical aspect of student success.

Contact the Student Work Office for:

  • Guidance finding on-campus work
  • Guidance finding a position for work study
  • Questions or concerns about student work at Reed
Contact:

Kate Walford
Student Work Coordinator
Eliot Hall 202
studentwork@reed.edu 

Student Work Office Hours 

Come talk about student work!

Office Hours with Kate Walford, Student Work Coordinator
Mondays from 2:00 - 4:00 PM in the Student Center Lounge  

FAQs: Student Work 

Who can work on campus?
All current students are eligible to work on-campus student work positions. Students may not work while they are on a leave of absence (see leave of absence FAQs). Students may work during breaks between academic semesters.

How do I get an on-campus position?
Students must apply for on-campus positions. See searching for student work for more information on locating on-campus positions. You can find open positions by looking at Handshake or contacting the Student Work Office.

Where can I get more information about work study?
Find more information about work study (Federal Work Study and Reed Work Study), see the Work Study page. 
 

How much can I work?
Student workers are limited to working 20 hours/week in all positions combined when classes are in session, including off-campus work study positions through SEEDS. When classes are not in session, student workers are limited to 40 hours/week. Students are permitted to hold more than one on-campus position at the same time.

If you work in an off-campus work study position through SEEDS, you can only earn up to your award amount (usually $1750/year) in off-campus position(s). This amounts to 129 hours per academic year, or about 4-5 hours/week during each semester. If you also work in a position on campus, those hours do not count towards this amount. 

When and how do I get paid for on-campus work?
Students are paid through bi-weekly paychecks for on-campus student work. See Student Payroll for information on timesheets, pay schedules, and direct deposit for student work.