This staff Web site has been created to help keep you up-to-date on the various student employment programs offered by Student Financial Services. Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions such as the distinctions between the programs, setting up a position, checking for student eligibility, the hiring process and getting reimbursed.
One of the common elements to the Student Access Guarantee (SAG), the Multi-Year Accountability Agreement (MYAA) and the University Academic Plan (UAP), is developing and delivering programs and services that will enhance the student experience.
It is our task to develop and deliver services and programs that engage our students and encourage them to learn more about themselves, their environment, and what university life can offer them in terms of development opportunities and personal growth.
Through the creation and support of programs and initiatives, Student Financial Services is committed to achieving this goal. Research at York (RAY), College Life at York (CLAY), Work/Study and York Engaged Students (YES) programs assist in improving the intellectual, cultural and social aspects of a student's reality while attending York.