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DBU provides employment services
to students through the Career Services Office located on
the second floor of the Learning Center. Students are encouraged
to make use of these services for assistance in locating employment
on or off campus.
Federal Work-Study / Texas College Work-Study
DBU participates in the federal and state College Work-Study
programs. These programs are designed to provide part-time
employment for students with financial need who wish to help
pay a part of their educational expenses by working on campus.
Federal/Texas Work-Study is awarded by the
Office of Financial Aid, often in combination with other forms
of financial aid, to help meet educational expenses. Students
desiring to work are required to seek jobs on campus by contacting
the Career Services office.
It is the responsibility of the
student to secure employment on campus. Students may request work-study consideration
when submitting the DBU financial aid application and the
Students who participate in this program work
an average of 5-20 hours per week. General wage policies are
established by the University within the guidelines established
by the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of Education.
Work-study students are not eligible for fringe
benefits such as holiday, vacation, or sick pay. Each office
that employs work-study students provides job descriptions.
Students are required to attend a work-study meeting the first
week of classes in the fall semester. Appropriate forms must be completed BEFORE employment commences. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for details.
Other Student Employment
DBU provides employment services to students through the Career
Services Office located on the second floor of the Learning
Center. Students are encouraged to make use of these services
for assistance in locating part-time employment on or off
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