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Undergraduate Types of Aid

Federal Work-Study and Student Employment

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There are a number of jobs available on campus for those students who were or were not awarded federal work study.

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Opportunities to work on campus are available through the student employment office. Students are limited to a maximum of ten hours per week. Students are considered employees of the University and will receive a paycheck on a bi-weekly basis. Benefits of participating in work-study include using the earnings to pay for incidentals, supplies, etc. and building a work portfolio prior to graduation.

A limited number of student employment positions are available on campus. Students are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible to secure a employment. Job placement is not guaranteed.

Job Openings

If you received a Federal Work Study award in your offer notification it is because you qualified through your FAFSA results. Begin your search for an on-campus Federal Work-Study position after July 1.

If you did not receive a Federal Work-Study award in your offer notification it is because you did not qualify through your FAFSA results. However, you may still apply for on-campus employment. Begin your search for an on-campus Non-Federal Work-Study position after July 1.

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