The work-study program is a federal, state, and school-funded need-based program. To be eligible for work-study, students must fill out their FAFSA application for the current school year, must be awarded financial aid, must have work-study eligibility, and must be enrolled in a financial aid eligible program.
Students work between 10-19 hours per week depending on department needs, approval, and funding. Work-study students are paid $13.00 per hour.
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The work-study program provides part-time jobs for undergraduate students with financial need. Work-Study funding allows students to earn money to help pay for educational expenses. The program encourages community service and work-related experience to the student's course of study.
Students are not required to work during college vacations or breaks. The Financial Aid Office will notify students and supervisors if funding is available. Students may choose to work during college vacations or breaks but this must be approved by the supervisor.
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