Federal Work Study
Eligible students may work part-time while in college to help defray their educational cost.
- Students are paid an hourly rate and receive a paycheck every two weeks for the hours worked.
- Students cannot earn more than the amount of their work-study award.
- Work hours range from 10 to 15 hours work per week.
- All students awarded work-study are placed on the job by the college's Placement Office. (The College Work-Study Manual provides further information.) FAFSA is required.
- Work-Study funds are allocated each year by the Federal government. The Financial Aid Office will award work-study to eligible students until the funds for the year are exhausted.