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Work study funds may be awarded to a student who has documented need and wishes to earn a portion of his or her financial aid eligibility. Work study awards are not listed on the student's award letter. Students interested in work study must complete an employment application through the Office of Financial Aid to determine their eligibility. Once the student has been informed that he or she qualifies for work study, it is the responsibility of the student to find a job that is funded by the work study program. Hours and wages are determined by the employing department. Students should be aware that increased scholarship awards or loans will decrease their work study eligibility.

Non-work study positions are available on campus. The PASS Office may have information on available positions. All students qualify for non-work study positions.

Students must complete the FAFSA, and Student Employment Application in order to apply for work study.


Work Study Positions
Questions (e-mail to a financial aid representative)