Arcadia University has resources available for students who want to learn about financial aid, employment options, and how to start preparing for your career during COVID-19.
Arcadia University remains committed to meeting the economic needs of students. The Office of Financial Aid, which offers valuable resources to support you throughout your time at Arcadia, is reviewing financial aid packages in light of the economic impact COVID-19 might be having on students and their families.
Students work for various Arcadia academic departments or administrative offices. Numerous campus employment positions are funded through the federal work-study program (work-study eligibility required), while others are funded through individual departments (work-study eligibility not required).
Student employment is coordinated by Arcadia’s Office of Student Accounts, a friendly environment with compassionate, convenient, comprehensive, and customized student-centered support. The Office of Student Accounts is where you’ll find information about payments and billing, loan refunds, work-study, scholarships, and finances.
The Office of Student Accounts student employment team will continue to update all applicants about available positions. Students who are eligible and would like to complete an application or would like to check work-study eligibility may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Not only do I now have great tools for working in the ‘real world’ after college, but I also have some fabulous connections and a better mindset of what it means to be part of the working community." — Rebecca Kirk '21
The Office of Career Education will support you in your career and professional development. Start building your professional competencies, resume, and career readiness skills as early as your first year.
The e3 Career Action Plan clarifies the key steps and puts you in contact with the staff around Arcadia who are more than willing to help in any way possible. Going through the plan helps set up a strong base for finding internships and post-graduation success.” — Trevor Einwechter ’20
Start your e3 Career Action Plan to complete a series of career development actions, earn fun incentives, and work toward your professional development certificate. You will participate virtually to complete three levels of e3 career actions (Explore, Engage, and Embark).