Have you applied for scholarships and grants, but still find yourself coming up short when paying your tuition bill? Consider taking a campus job. There are many benefits to working on-campus, including flexibility in scheduling and an easy (or non-existant!) commute. Another perk to holding a campus job is the potential for additional scholarship money. While the scholarships may not be large, usually under $1,000 a semester, they do help. Whether you receive an hourly wage or a small stipend or scholarship, on-campus jobs can also provide additional benefits above and beyond monetary value.