For Admitted Students

The Federal Work-Study Program has been established by the Department of Education to assist the student in meeting educational expenses.  Not all students are eligible to receive funds from this program.  If you are eligible for the Federal Work-Study Program, it will be listed on your Award Letter.  Unlike other aid programs, funds are not available to students until they have worked actual hours at an approved position.  The primary goal is to provide funds for school expenses and help keep student debt down.

Many students use the earnings from their work-study job to meet ongoing expenses such as personal and transportation costs.  Most students with work-study jobs work 8 to 15 hours per week.  This provides a paycheck of $132 to $247 twice a month.

It is the student’s responsibility to find an on-campus job.  There is a job fair in August on the first Monday after students have returned to campus.  Once you have been hired, you will need to complete the following documentation:  Federal Work Study Student Employment Contract, Federal I-9 form, Federal W-4 form, Illinois W-4 form, Work Study FERPA, and a Direct Deposit Authorization (if you want your paycheck direct deposited into a bank account).  You will also need your driver’s license (or state ID card) and your social security card or a certified copy of your birth certificate.  You cannot begin work until these forms have been completed.

For a current list of on-campus Federal Work-Study jobs, click HERE.


 

Business Office
Position:    Student Worker
Supervisor:    Jennifer Truitt
Room:    FRH B-33
Hours:    10 hours per week
Job Description:    Answering phones, file, cash checks, assist with other clerical duties.  Office experience preferred.
Skills Preferred:    Sophomore, junior accounting or business major


Campus Ministry
Position:    Volunteer Coordinator
Supervisor:    Director of Campus Ministry
Room:    Campus Ministry House
Hours:    5-7 Hours per week
Job Description:    Works with Director of Campus Ministry in planning, encouraging, and evaluating service opportunities.

Ongoing Service Opportunities:
•    Establish and maintain relationships withlocal agencies and personnel
•    Acts as a liaison to Student Senate
•    Develop list of contact people for clubs, organizations, fraternities, and sororities
•    Advertise service opportunities throughout the year using various media
•    Make volunteer services (booklet) available to all clubs
•    Work with RD’s, RA’s, clubs, organizations, fraternities, and sororities in setting up service opportunities
•    Maintain web page with accurate volunteer information
•    Make necessary changes to Volunteer Services booklet
•    Obtain monthly service data from clubs and organizations on volunteer activities
Service Trips:
•    Help plan and promote trips (e.g. spring break foreign/domestic, D.C. trip, Summer missions, etc.)
•    Coordinate the gathering and sending out of information to those involved
•    Help in coordinating fund raising efforts
•    Prepare and summarize trip evaluations
House volunteers:
•    When required, coordinate volunteers for the Campus Ministry House

Position:    Billboard/Website Coordinator
Supervisor:    Director of Campus Ministry
Room:    Francis Hall 132
Hours:    5-7 Hours per week
Job Description:    Works with Director of Campus Ministry in managing the webpage for Campus Ministry and advertising programs throughout the year.
Webpage:    Update information about the various activities and opportunities from Campus Ministry. Keep current webpage resources for faculty, students, and staff
Billboard:    Change the billboard in the café. Keep a current calendar of events for the chapel jubilee and campus ministry outreach. Take pictures of campus ministry events

Position:    Special Events Coordinator
Supervisor:    Director of Campus Ministry
Room:    Campus Ministry House
Hours:    6-8 Hours per week
Job Description:    Works with Campus Ministry team in scheduling the use of campus ministry house and the campus chapels.
Calendar:    Tracks the use of the chapels and the campus ministry house on a facility calendar for campus ministry. Coordinates the scheduling with the student affairs office
Birthdays:    Coordinate the birthday remembrances for students. Contact family members an student in making sure that remembrances are picked up
Special Events:    Coordinate concerts/recitals and sacramental celebrations – weddings, baptisms, etc.  Contact maintenance and security for use of facilities when necessary. Assist ministers for events.

Position:    Sacristan / Liturgy Coordinator
Supervisor:    Director of Campus Ministry
Room:    Francis Hall 132
Hours:    5-7 Hours per week
Job Description:    Works with Campus Ministry team in the scheduling and formation of liturgical ministers and the maintenance of chapel supplies.
Liturgical Ministers:    Coordinate the scheduling of liturgical ministries for all campus ministry and chapel events. Work with the campus ministry staff in the formation of all liturgical ministers
Chapel Supplies:    Do inventory of all chapel materials. Order chapel supplies when necessary. Maintain the cleanliness of the sacristy and supply rooms.
House volunteers:    When required, coordinate volunteers for the campus ministry house

Position:    Secretary
Supervisor:    Director of Campus Ministry
Room:    Francis Hall 132
Hours:    5-7 Hours per week
Job Description:    Works with Campus Ministry team in secretarial duties for Campus Ministry throughout the year.
Computer:    Recording information bout activities and opportunities from Campus Ministry. Recording Mission Trip information from different parts of the country. Keep current dates of activities for faculty, students, and staff.
Filing Information:    File all information about programs of campus ministry. Keep track and file information about student volunteers in all programs of campus ministry. Store information and pictures of events in campus ministry. Track services offered to students throughout the year. Keep updated materials and brochures for office.


IT Services
Position:    Lab Assistant
Supervisor:    Tony Hayes
Room:    FRH 134
Hours:    10 Hours per week
Job Description:    Building and reparing PCs, providing technical support for computer applications used at QU (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook , utilize virus removal tools, assist with website content)
Skills Required:    General knowledge of computer hardware and operating system(s); CSC or CIS major preferred; responsible, trustworthy, punctual, independent worker, ability to meet deadlines, and good interpersonal skills
Federal work study is required

Position:    Help Desk Support
Supervisor:    Tony Hayes
Room:    FRH 134
Hours:    5-10 Hours per week
Job Description:     Are you comfortable with computers? The help desk support person’s role is to ensure proper computer operation so that students, faculty, and staff can accomplish business tasks.  This includes receiving, prioritizing, documenting, and actively resolving end user help requests.  The job may involve the use of diagnostic and help request tracking tools, as well as require that the individual give in-person, hands-on help at the desktop level. Candidate will also be responsible for refilling paper in printers and perfoming maintenance tasks assigned by the Network Administrator. Candidates must have a general understanding of Windows and be willing and able to learn appropriate software and hardware used by QU. Computer major NOT required. Hours are available between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm. This job is a great resume builder.
Federal work study is required


Football
Position:    Apparel Merchandising and Alumni Relations
Supervisor:    Tom Pajic
Room:    North Campus Football Office and Flinn Stadium
Hours:    13-15 hours per week
Job Description:     Promote, market, and sell football apparel to alumni, families and friends of QU Football.  Student employee needs to be organized, personable, highly motivated and professional.  Needs to have data processing skills, phone skills, customer service skills and the ability to build a database of apparel customers.  Must have the availability to work six Saturday home games and work in the office 2-3 days per week. Must also contact alumni by phone to promote events and update their information.
Federal work study is required

Position:    Video Filmer and Assistant Equipment Manager    
Supervisor:    Tom Pajic
Room:    Padua and Friars
Hours:    13-15 hours per week
Job Description:    Student worker will be responsible for filming practice and home games, may have the ability to travel with the team on away games.  Student worker will be heavily involved in working with equipment and laundry.
Federal work study is required


Physical Plant
Position:    Housekeeping Assistant
Supervisor:    Monica Steffen
Room:    618 N. 20th
Hours:    20 hours per week
Job Description:    Perform custodial work for all campus buildings including cleaning bathrooms, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, spot cleaning carpets, polishing, dusting, cleaning windows, and other duties
Purpose:    To assist the housekeeping department in providing custodial work and general care for all campus buildings
Federal work study is required

Position:    Maintenance Assistant
Supervisor:    Rob Goebel
Room:    618 N 20th
Hours:    20 hours per week
Job Description:    The maintenance assistant will assist the maintenance staff with building maintenance, painting, woodwork, and other related tasks, and will assist in other duties as assigned.
Skills Required:    Basic maintenance skills and a familiarity with tools
Federal work study is required

An Investment in Your Career

Your graduate degree from Quincy University affords you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a field you love and receive specialized hands-on research and training. The result? Enhanced qualifications that will help you advance in your profession. Think of your Quincy graduate degree as an investment in your career, an investment that provides rewarding returns year after year.

2014-15 Costs

Master of Business Administration

Tuition (per credit hour) $490
Online Fee (per course) $175


Master of Science in Education

Tuition (per credit hour) $400
Online Fee (per course) $175


Master of Science in Education in Counseling

Tuition (per credit hour) $400
Online Fee (per course) $175


Master of Arts in Communications

Tuition (per credit hour) $400
Online Fee (per course) $175

A Degree that Works for You

We know that returning to college while balancing your job and family responsibilities is hard work. So, we make sure the degree you receive from Quincy University is worth it. With experienced professors and real-world academics, our Professional Degree Program prepares you for a career in human services, business administration, or elementary education. When you graduate, you'll be ready to put your degree to work.

2014-15 Costs

Tuition (per credit hour)             $380
Online Fee (per course)             $175

The Value of Your Quincy Degree

When you graduate, your Quincy University degree will be a valuable asset as you begin your career or enter graduate school. And you'll appreciate it years later as you advance in your profession and accomplish lifelong goals. Your education here provides a strong foundation for future learning, professional skills that put you a step ahead in the job market, and opportunities to grow personally, ethically, and morally. It's a degree that employers respect and that you'll use throughout your life. Now that's a valuable investment!

2014-2015 Costs

The basic costs listed below represent the average cost of undergraduate attendance at Quincy University for two semesters. Your actual costs may vary slightly because of such items as lab fees, applied music fees, room cost, health insurance, damage deposit, and more. In addition to these direct university charges, be sure to consider what you will need for books, transportation, and personal expenses.

Basic Costs for 2014-2015 (two semesters)  Resident  Commuter 
Tuition (full time) $25,598 $25,598
Room (may vary according to location) $5,500 -
Board (may vary according to meal plan) $4,468 -
General Fee (Student Activity & Technology) $974 $974
Total Cost $36,540 $26,572