A: Student employment is an important part of financial aid. More than 1,600 students work on campus, typically for 10–12 hours per week, in jobs as diverse as the dining hall, office support, grounds crew, custodial services, and many more. All students earn minimum wage or higher ($7.70 per hour) and receive biweekly electronic payment.
Student employment awards are not listed as financial aid on a student's invoice or monthly statement. Student employment awards are estimated for financial aid purposes only. Actual compensation to the student is based on their hours worked. To learn more about student employment and view or apply for current job openings, visit cedarville.edu/studentemployment.