2013-2014 Fall Winter Experiential Learning Work-Study Program
The objective of the Work-Study program is to help students in financial need meet their educational costs by providing part time work opportunities on campus. This provides eligible Ryerson students an opportunity to work during Fall Winter to gain academic or career related experience.
Funding for these positions comes from university, therefore students must apply for Work-Study and meet a specific criteria. Ryerson students must fill out a Work-Study application. The Work-Study guidelines for students are located on the Student Financial Aid website.
Thank you for your interests in the Work Study program, the application for 2013-2014 Fall/Winter Experiential Learning Work-Study program is now closed.
The Work-Study program provides part time employment opportunities for Ryerson students. Work-Study jobs are located on campus and intended to offer Ryerson students business or career related experience.
Work-Study provides the students with an opportunity for experiential learning. The student should be able to apply their academic knowledge and further develop and enhance their skill sets.
Registering Students for the Work Study Web Database Application
Once the student has been approved for Work Study and you have hired the student, you will be required to register your student(s) in the Work Study Web Application.
Failure to enter and report hires will result in withdrawal of your funding.
- Sign in
- Click on "Fall/Winter Work-Study Student Employee Registration"
- Enter the student's ID number
Once the student is register into the Work Study web application the Work Study job posting will be removed from the website.