Work Study

The Work-Study Program is another way Johnson University Tennessee assists students seeking an affordable Christian education. The program provides student employees with practical work experience and eases their financial burden. Student employees learn the job application process, gain valuable work experience, and develop an understanding of workplace ethics.

How to Apply

1. Complete the FAFSA.
2. Complete the Johnson Financial Aid Check-In

  • Select that you are interested in campus employment on the Work-Study Program.
  • Application information and a link to the Work-Study Online Application will be distributed to your JohnsonU email address.

3. Complete the Work-Study Online Application (if you receive an email request).

Placement and Notification

  • Please keep in mind that available positions and hours are limited.
  • Placement notifications are distributed to JohnsonU email addresses as selections are finalized.
  • Employment packets containing required paperwork are distributed by campus mail.
  • Federal regulations require that two valid identification documents be presented before employment begins. Documents must be originals, copies are not acceptable.  The most common forms of ID are (but not limited to) a Passport or a driver's license and a social security card or birth certificate.

First-time work-study students must also complete a W-4 form and an I-9 Form before you begin working.

General Information and Forms


Summer Employment Information

 

The Summer 2016 employment application period is now closed.  

 

For further information,

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the Work-Study Program / Hourly Payroll Coordinator to schedule a meeting time.

Available Meeting Times:  Monday through Friday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.