Many of our students exchange work for a reduction in tuition. Work-study scholarships range from $500 to maximum $3,500 per academic year. The number of hours per week and type of work available varies. A maximum of 15 hours and minimum 3 hours per week is available. Students need to maintain a grade average of 3.0 or better to retain scholarship eligibility.
Work-study scholarships candidates must first submit both a general application and a financial aid application, then follow-up with a personal interview after being accepted.
Typical work-study scholarship opportunities include but are not limited to cooking for the college, working in our bakery, helping in our vegetable gardens or green house, housekeeping and cleaning, wood-cutting and stacking, maintenance help, computer work and a variety of tasks that support college guests and residents.