Applying for Student Employment
Please note: On-campus Student Employment Jobs Postings have been moved and are now located on the new HR Cornerstone site referenced in the Step-by-step Application Instructions provided below.
- Before You Apply - PDF FileTips and Important Information
- Resume Template - Word FileOptional template and samples to help build your resume for job applications
- Start the Application Process - PDF FileFollow Step-By-Step Application Guide
For in-person assistance with the application, please visit the StarZone on the 2nd floor of the Gannon Building, or call the 517-483-1957.
For career advising, resume, and interview assistance, please visit Career and Employment Services in the StarZone, or call 517-483-1957.
The Financial Aid Office and the Career and Employment Services Department partner to offer services related to employment for students. The Financial Aid Office is responsible for the management of all on-campus Student Employment, off-campus Federal Work-Study employment and America Reads Tutors. Career and Employment Services provides employment services such as resume writing assistance and special population resources. All on-campus jobs, including the America Reads Tutor positions, are posted through HR Employment Opportunities. Off-campus Federal Work-Study and other external jobs are posted through Student Job Link. In order to qualify for all on-campus, off-campus Federal Work-Study and America Reads Tutor positions, the student:
- Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA or have approval to waive requirement.
- Are limited to working a maximum of 25 hours per week.
- Must meet the following requirements:
- International Students must be enrolled for at least 12 credits during fall or spring semester unless granted special approval by International Admissions
- All students must be enrolled and attending the following minimum number of credits:
- Fall and Spring Semester - 6 credits for the entire time working
- Summer Semester - 3 credits over a minimum period of eight weeks
Federal Work-Study is a need-based federal program that provides students with employment opportunities, both on- and off-campus, to assist with educational expenses. Students must meet the basic eligibility requirements to receive these funds. To determine the amount of Federal Work-Study awarded, students can access their myLCC account.
Once awarded, the student must apply for posted positions on to secure a job. Receiving a Work-Study award does not guarantee employment at Lansing Community College or at authorized off-campus employers. Student Employees are hired based on skills and abilities.
After being hired, students work to earn the Work-Study funds. The earnings are paid to the student bi-weekly. Students can earn up to the amount awarded. If the student earnings exceed the amount awarded, the hiring department will determine if department funds are available to retain the student as a Student Employee.
Contact the StarZone
Visit the StarZone to get help with admissions, financial aid, academic advising,
payment plans, placement testing, orientation and all other student services.