What can I do if I want to work while attending ATC?
Working while attending college can help you finance your education, and most students find that they can be successful in their studies while working 10 to 20 hours per week. As a student worker, you receive a monthly payroll check.
The Federal Work-Study Program offers employment for students with financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Eligible students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and be in an eligible program. You can work in clerical positions in a variety of departments and offices on campus for up to 20 hours a week. To improve your chances of receiving FWS, you should complete your financial aid file before the first day of the term.
How can I apply?
If you’re interested in FWS you can log on to Albanytech.edu/Student Services/Financial Aid to print a current application. You may also contact the Federal Work-Study Representative located in student services to inquire about any current openings as well as to obtain to a work study application.
How long will it take to get hired?
Once the Financial Aid Representative determines that you are eligible your application will be routed to all the current departments seeking a work study student. If the department determines that you are an eligible candidate you will be contacted via phone or e-mail to schedule an interview. If the student is eligible, their application is retained on file for the Academic Year (summer to spring).
For more information on this program, you can contact the Financial Aid department at 229-430-4240.
The Immigration Reform Act of 1986 requires all employers to verify all prospective employees' U.S. citizenship status. If you are seeking employment, you must bring a picture I.D. (driver's license) and original social security card or certified copy of your birth certificate to campus with you in order to complete the employment requirements.
All eligible candidates must complete a background check prior to employment.