Campus Work Application Information
The purpose of the Campus Work Program is to aid students in fulfilling their financial
obligations to the College and to aid full-time staff in the day-to-day operation of the campus.
All student employees are required to attend the annual Campus Workers Meeting held
during the orientation period of each fall term.
At this meeting, students will meet with supervisors that are hiring and attempt to gain
employment. There is no guarantee of job placement. During the meeting, general campus
work policies are reviewed, students meet with their supervisors to finalize their work
schedule and begin training, and post-hiring paperwork is completed. Each campus worker
can expect to complete and submit the following paperwork: Student Work Agreement,
Florida New Hire Reporting Form, current year's Form W-4 Employee's Withholding
Allowance Certificate, Employment Eligibility Verification Form from INS, Company
Safety Policy, and an appropriate medical questionnaire.
Department Supervisors are responsible for hiring, setting weekly schedules, monitoring
work, and submitting time cards to the Business Office.
Students are expected to honor
their work commitment during the entire academic semester, including the weeks of mid-term
and final examinations. The number of weekly work hours is dependent on needs of the supervisor
and the student's schedule. Typically, the range is between 5 and 10 hours weekly. No one is
guaranteed to obtain a campus job.
The Campus Work Program is not a work scholarship program. Students are paid on
the basis of the number of hours worked times the assigned hourly amount.
The College starts employees at varying wages depending on the department.
Students are paid on a bi-weekly basis, either to their student accounts or direct deposit to their bank accounts. Appropriate
taxes are withheld in accordance to current federal and state laws. Students can expect to receive a W-2 form after each
calendar year for filing annual income tax returns.
Student work agreements usually cover typical fall and spring academic terms.
Select students are permitted to work over holidays and during the summer as decided by the supervisor of that department.
Jillian, a senior music education major from Riverview, Florida plans to use her CCC education on the mission field after graduation.
"After I graduate," she said, "I want to eventually go to the mission field and start a home for orphaned and abandoned children and share
with them the love of Christ." Jillian has learned that God provides everything we need; all we have to do is trust His plan. She is the
recipient of several grants and scholarships including the Academic Competitiveness Grant, the CCC Founders Award, the Florida Medallion
Scholarship, FRAG, and FSAG.
"The financial aid people at CCC are so amazing! I am so thankful for how they have helped me find and apply for funds so that I can stay
at a Christian school. They are such a blessing."
|Academic Competitiveness Grant
|Florida Medallion Scholarship
|CCC Founders Award