Art Work Study

Work study positions within the Department of Art & Art History and the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery give our students real-world experience in the visual arts.


From graphic design to kiln firing, there are a range of opportunities for qualified students who wish to participate in this campus-wide financial aid program (click here for guidelines). Work study positions in the visual arts are particularly beneficial to students, allowing them to earn valuable experience in studio management and promotion of the Art & Art History Program.


There are currently three art & art history positions available. Contact Michael Pittari, chair of art & art history, for more information. 
  • Promotion and Special Projects Assistant—Includes design of posters and in-house materials; 6 to 12 hours per week.
  • Research Assistant—Includes image scanning and art historical research; 6 to 8 hours per week.
  • Studio Assistant—Includes management of ceramics, painting, and photography studios; 6 to 8 hours per week.