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Aid for First-Year and Transfer Students

Your educational objectives should be the most important factors in choosing a college, but the cost of attendance may also be a major consideration for you and your family.  Amherst College is committed to making financial aid available to all students with financial need so that cost does not become the determining factor in making a decision about Amherst.  For this reason, you should not fail to apply for admission to Amherst because of financial need.

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Self-Help: Student Employment

The usual expectation is that a student will be able to earn about $1,800 in 2013-2014 from work during the academic year. This expectation represents about seven hours of work each week.  Job opportunities include work on campus in the College's food service, physical plant, libraries, laboratories, art gallery and studios, and academic and administrative offices. The range of hourly wages for student employment on campus in 2013-2014 is from $8.00 to $12.00.

Self-Help: Student Employment

The usual expectation is that a student will be able to earn about $1,800 from work during the 2012-2013 academic year.  This represents about six to eight hours of work each week.  Job opportunities include work on campus in the College's food service, physical plant, libraries, laboratories, art gallery and studios, and academic and administrative offices. The range of hourly wages for student employment on campus in 2012-2013 is from $8.00 to $12.00.

There are two kinds of student employment:

Information for Supervisors

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