Student Employment Opportunities

Work Study and student employment opportunities at Wisconsin Lutheran College are designed to further students in their personal and educational development. Through the campus work experience, students will learn to be effective Christian leaders, provide quality service, and develop essential job skills.

Students may qualify for Federal Work Study (FWS) and College Work Study benefits as determined by their financial aid offer. Opportunities for part-time employment may be available to traditional undergraduate students, regardless of financial aid status, through the college's Student Employment Program.

Benefits of work study

Students who are eligible for Work Study (Federal and College) receive several benefits:

  • First priority in the hiring process at the beginning of the academic year.
  • Earnings are not considered as income for future financial aid eligibility.

Benefits of Student Employment

Students who decide to work on campus receive numerous benefits:

  • Valuable job experience.
  • A professional reference.
  • Flexible hours with the ability to work around their schedules.
  • Work in social environments where they can interact with their fellow students.
  • Help with financing their expenses.

Student Employment Office

The Student Employment Office handles employment processes for student workers on campus, including:

  • Posting current job openings and guiding students through the application process.
  • Training student employees.
  • Encouraging students to pursue a successful work experience.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Student Employment Office by emailing, by calling 414.443.8639, or by visiting the office in A208.