Student Employment

The mission of the Student Employment Program at Piedmont College is to provide students a meaningful work experience aimed at enhancing college and career goals, while providing financial support.

General Information

Piedmont College offers employment to as many students as possible each year regardless of need. Student workers earn the National Minimum Wage on a bi-weekly basis. Piedmont College’s Work Study Program is part of an effort to reduce the financial burden on families while teaching productive work habits as part of a well-rounded, liberal arts education.

Students interested in working on campus should either visit the Human Resources Office or download a copy of our application for student employment. These applications remain on file and the information is forwarded to departments as jobs become available.

Jobs on campus are subject to availability and are not guaranteed. Students desiring employment must be prepared to provide proper identification, verifying their identities and ability to work within the United States, before work begins.

For more information, please contact the Human Resources Office or review the student worker handbook.

Student Worker Handbook

Graduate Assistantships

Students interested in pursuing a Master’s degree at Piedmont College can apply to become a Graduate Assistant.  Students may review the GA Handbook or contact the Human Resources Office for more information.

Graduate Assistants Handbook

Student Resources

Work Study Hire Packet

Direct Deposit Form

Work Study Introduction for new Employees

Student Worker Pay Schedule

Graduate Assistant Pay Schedule

Student Workers Timesheets

Student Employment Contact

Demorest Campus

Human Resources
706-778-3000 ext. 1108
706-776-0133 fax
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Athens Campus

Julie Lewis
706-548-8505 ext. 8004
706-433-1750 fax
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