Federal work-study is a form of financial aid that allows a student to earn money for educational expenses and encourages community service work and work related to their course of study.
Money earned from this program is considered a financial aid award and is to provide the student with means to earn funds needed for tuition and related living expenses.
Federal work-study is a need-based financial aid program.
How do I apply?
To be considered for work-study, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and show sufficient financial need. Funds are awarded on a first-come first-serve basis.
Visit the Office of Student Financial Services for more information on how to apply for the work-study program.
What kind of positions are available?
Work-study positions may include jobs that supply services designed to improve the quality of life, especially for low-income residents of the community.
Students may be eligible to work summer, during breaks and limited hours during academic semesters.
Visit the Office of Student Financial Services to inquire regarding available work-study positions.