ETSU has a variety of programs where a student can work/earn their way. The Computer Science Department supports these programs by hiring students with Academic Performance Scholarships, Federal Work Study Program recipients, and Regular Student Work Study programs.
For general information on how to apply for a work study program through the ETSU Financial Aid Office, visit the University Employment page to find out about specific jobs.
There are also opportunities for Co-Op Internship job placement. These are coordinated by the ETSU Office of Career Placement and Internship Services.
Graduate Students can also apply for assistance through a work program that requires varying hours of work as a Teaching Assistant or Research Assistant in exchange for their tuition paid and even a little money in their pocket. Please visit the Graduate College Assistantships and Scholarships page for more information.
The list of available opportunities are here