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If you have not been awarded a Work Study grant, they you may apply for any Non-Work Study position.

If you are interested in becoming eligible for Work Study positions, please visit the Financial Aid website for more information, including eligibility requirements and how to apply for a Work Study grant.

ATTENTION STUDENTS:  Please note that you must be enrolled in at least one credit hour during Summer II, or in Summer 2014, in order to work the entire summer. If you are not enrolled in Summer II, but you are enrolled in Summer III, then you can only work during Summer III.

Please review the general Eligibility Requirements for on campus positions before applying for an on campus position.

On Campus Jobs

Job Number C82
Start Date: 
Salary: $7.25/hour
Schedule: Slightly Flexible, Up to 20 hrs/wk; Monday and Wednesday all day coverage needed, Tuesday and Thursday morning coverage needed
Skills: This position is a 2-year assignment with the candidate needing to be a Sophmore or Junior majoring in Visual Arts or Library Studies.  The candidate needs to be detailed oriented, good computer skills and strong organization skills.  Please apply via email, submitting your resume and your class schedule to Michele Kyle at  No phone calls please.  Dress Code is business casual.
University Advancement
Contact Information: Michele Kyle
Who Can Apply: Work Study and Non-Work Study
Date Added: 09/29/2015

Job Number C86
Start Date:
Salary: $9.00/hour
Schedule: Slightly flexible, Up to 20 hrs/wk; Monday-Friday 8AM-12PM
Skills: You will be working a call center answering questions about computers, programs, systems, and related technology service. Qualified applicants need to be tech savvy, outgoing, have excellent spoken and written grammar skills, be able to troubleshoot issues and be willing to learn. Customer service experience preferred. For more info see this documentTo apply, please send your resume, class schedule, and availabilty to  No walk-ins or phone calls will be accepted.
Department: Office of Technology
Contact Information: Clint DeBusk
Who Can Apply: Work Study and Non-Work Study
Date Added: 6/08/2015

Job Number C87
Start Date:
Salary: $8.00/hour
Schedule: Non Flexible, 20 hrs/wk; Monday-Friday 2PM-6PM
Skills: Good personal skills, patience with children, excited and engaging attitude, ability to work as a team with other student staff, ability to drive a TWU van to pick up children from area schools, self-motivated, reliable, interest in planning activities (i.e. crafts, science experiments, gardening, games, cooking, reading, math). Willingness to do light classroom cleaning, as needed. Good organizational skills are helpful. For more information click here. To apply, fill out attached application and bring it to the Lowry Woods Community Center, Attnention: Jamie McCormick/TWU Clubhouse.
Department: Housing
Contact Information: Jamie McCormick
Who Can Apply: Non-Work Study
Date Added: 8/11/2015

Job Number: C89
Start Date: 
Salary: $10.00/hour
Schedule: Somewhat flexible – can schedule 4-hour shifts throughout the week around class schedule
Skills: Responsible, honest, reliable, enjoys working with and assisting others.. Willingness/ability to adapt to changing situations. Ability to work with limited supervision. Must be capable of moving boxes of paper, along with disconnecting and reconnecting computers. Responsibilities include clean-up and preparation of main computer lab and classrooms, supporting students and faculty with using general computer questions, loading high volume printers, troubleshooting printing issues. To apply for this position, email your resume and summer semester availability to
Department: Office of Technology – Dallas Campus
Contact Information: Jared Vernon
Who Can Apply: Work Study & Non-Work Study
Date Added: 3/6/2015

Job Number: C96
Start Date:
Salary: $12.50/hour
Schedule: 10-12 hrs/wk; Somewhat flexible; Must attend the class in which they are assisting.
Skills: Course Assistants for specific classes to provide Supplemental Instruction, tutoring, peer mentoring, and faculty support.  Qualified students must have earned an A in the course for which they apply. These courses include: MATH 1303, MATH 1703, CHEM 1013, and BACT 1003. For application and recommendation forms, please click links provided. ApplicationRecommendation.
Math & Computer Science
Contact Information: Bev Carlsen-Landy, PhD, MCL 412,
Who Can Apply: Work Study and Non-Work Study
Date Added: 4/29/2015 

Job Number: C97
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: $8.00/hour
Schedule: M-F., Flexible, 10-20 hrs/wk
Skills: Writing Consultant Qualifications: Graduate or undergraduate student registered for classes at TWU. Completed ENG 1013 and ENG 1023 with a grade B or better. Overall GPA OF 3.0 or higher. Tutoring experience is a plus, but not required. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both written and oral form. Knowledge of English rhetoric, grammar and usage (document formats, sentence structure, MLA/APA citation formats, etc.). Ability to establish rapport with learners. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Flexibility in scheduling work hours. To apply, please email Fall schedule and work availability, resume with references, writing sample (a paper submitted at TWU for a grade), and cover letter to Dr. Jennifer Phillips-Denny ( No phone calls. If you have questions, please email Dr. Phillips-Denny
Department: Write Site
Contact Information: Dr. Jennifer Phillips-Denny (    Who Can Apply: Work Study and Non-Work Study
Date Added: 10/27/2015

 Job Number C99
Start Date:
Salary: $12.00/hour
Schedule: Slightly Flexible, 15-20 hrs/wk; M-F
Skills: The Office of Technology is in need of a Graphic Designer to create and update departmental marketing. Ideal candidate would be a Graphic Design or Art student with a demonstrable proficiency in (at a minimum) Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator and previous work experience in the creation of digital and physical marketing materials. Hours are between 15-20 per week, to be worked around the student's school schedule.  To apply, please submit cover letter and samples of previous relevant work to *NO PHONE CALLS OR WALK-INS WILL BE ACEPTED*
Department: Office of Technology
Contact Information: Trevor Hartman
Who Can Apply: Work Study & Non-Work Study
Date Added: 11/10/2015

Job Number: C105
Start Date:
Salary: $8.25/hour
Schedule: Up to 20 hrs/wk; Flexible; Available hours 8-5 Monday-Friday
Skills: Knowledge of international students process, clerical experience, detail oriented. Must like helping and dealing with students and be able to handle difficult situations. Good customer service skills and to communicate well. To apply please fill out an application and email it to
Department: International Education
Contact Information: Julie Halliburton
Who Can Apply: Non-Work Study
Date Added: 12/2/2015

Job Number: Multiple Positions through Aramark (On-Campus dining services)
To learn more, click here 
Contact: John McRae (940-898-3665)

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