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Heartland Community College

Work Study/Non-Work Study Student Employment Opportunities

Federal Work Study

Eligibility for this program is based on financial need. The financial aid administrator will determine the Federal work study eligibility based on your expected family contribution (EFC) from the FAFSA and the number of credit hours in which you are enrolled. The program provides on- and off-campus jobs for undergraduate students who are enrolled at least half-time. You are eligible to earn up to the amount listed on your awards and are paid on a bi-weekly basis. The rate of pay is the federal minimum wage. Work study hours are typically 10-20 hours per week. Positions and applications are posted outside the Financial Aid Office.

Work study is only earned if you are hired for a position at HCC.

It is the student's responsibility to review the job listings and secure a position.

For more information on Federal Work study, please visit:

Non-Work Study

Students who are not eligible for the Federal Work Study program can still find on-campus employment.  Many jobs are available to students that are funded 100% by the department employing the student.

Work Study/Non-Work Study Postings

Hawk Squad Marketing Assistant - work study/non-work study eligible

Administrative Support LASS - work study/non-work study eligible

Early College Student Assistant - work study/non-work study eligible

Pontiac Campus Assistant - work study/non-work study eligible

Health Sciences Lab Assistant-work study/non-work study eligible

Library Assistant-work study/non-work study eligible

Science Lab Assistant-work study eligible

Welding Lab Assistant-work study eligible/non-work study eligible

Tutoring Services-work study/non-work study eligible

Student Ambassador for Enrollment Services-work study/non-work study eligible

Child Development Lab-work study/non-work study eligible

Peer Mentor for Project RISE-work study/non-work study eligible


Applications for work study or non-work study positions can be downloaded or picked up in the Financial Aid Office. Student Ambassador, Early College Assistant and Tutoring positions have separate application processes, please see below. Completed applications should be returned to the Financial Aid Office by email ( or fax (309-268-7962).

Work Study/Non-Work Study Application Please print and complete.

Student Ambassador Application

Tutoring Application process

Early College Assistant Application 

Contact Us

Financial Aid Office

Community Commons Building (CCB), Room 1106
1500 W. Raab Rd.
Normal, IL 61761

Phone: 309-268-8020



To schedule an online or in -person appointment, please visit the Heartland Navigate tile found within your Student Center.

Walk-ins are available from 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.