Work-study is a federal need based award granted to eligible students who would like to work part-time on campus while completing their degree program. Work-study was designed to provide financial assistance to students through valuable work experience, encourage community service and work related to the student’s course of study that can be included in their curriculum vita after graduation.

All students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. The applicant must:
•    be  admitted to a Financial Aid eligible degree, diploma or certificate program
•    be enrolled in at least six credit hours each semester
•    Earn and maintain at least a 2.0 Cumulative GPA
•    Meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress Guidelines for Federal Student Aid
•    Complete the online Work-Study application
•    Not have an outstanding balance owed to the College

If you meet the above requirements, then please review the open positions (if available) and complete the Application for College Work-Study below (be sure to list your top 2 position choices on the application). If you are eligible for Work-Study, your application will be forwarded to the hiring supervisors for the positions listed on your application. If you are selected for an interview, the hiring supervisor will call you to arrange an appointment.


For all inquiries, please contact Mrs. Licinia Kearse, Workstudy Coordinator, 803.535.1370.

Advising Center

FWS Supervisor/Contact Person:          Tracy Dibble
Contact Person Phone:            (803) 535-1225
Department Location:            Building S
Number of positions available:           1
Semester:                Fall 2018
Hours per week:                20
Job Duties Description:

  • Assist in the Advising Center helping student register for classes and logging in on their connect and D2L accounts.
  • Update an excel spreadsheet with disability services.
  • Create a new folder for students with a disability.
  • Filing and getting training materials ready for training faculty and staff each semester.
  • Answer phone  and make phone calls to prospect, current and applied student each semester on staff members case management loads.
  • Write postcards to prospect, current and applied students on a staff members case management loads.
  • Help with various duties for SCTEA.
  • When needed other duties as assigned (working in various departments for Student Services).


Physical Plant

FWS Supervisor/Contact Person:  James Bryant
Contact Person Phone:   (803) 535-1335
Department Location:    Physical Plant
Number of positions available:           1
Semester:                Fall 2018
Hours per week:                20
Job Duties Description:
Job duties throughout day could vary.  Duties could include cutting grass, trimming, edging, blowing debris, putting out mulch in flower beds, removing dead bushes/trees, cleaning restrooms, windows, floor maintenance, dumping trash and moving furniture/equipment on campus.


Nursing and Health Science

FWS Supervisor/Contact Person:    Candance Tooley
Contact Person Phone:            (803) 535-1340
Department Location:            Nursing and Health Science
Number of positions available:           2
Semester:                Fall 2018
Hours per week:                20
Job Duties Description:

  • Answering phones, shredding documents, creating Microsoft documents for faculty.
  • Assisting lab coordinator with lab needs such as pulling supplies, setting up labs, washing/drying/folding clothes, running errands on campus to various departments, etc.