A form of student financial aid employment funded by the federal and/or state governments and subsidized by the university.
All college work study students must comply with APPM section 3.0.12, Verification of Employment Eligibility. College work study students are not to work more than twenty (20) hours per week during periods of enrollment (any date the University is officially open for classes or exams). The college work study student's earnings must not exceed the amount of the work study financial aid award.
Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid (OSFA)
Review student applications for financial aid and notify student of award via the Financial Aid Award Notification letter.
Apply/reapply for financial aid on an annual basis by application deadline.
Notify OSFA of award acceptance.
Register with University Placement Services within 30 days from date of award letter or by October 1 of the current award year. Have award letter stamped and seek employment.
Meet eligibility requirements specified by federal and state agencies.
Human Resources, if citizen or lawful Permanent Resident, to complete Form I-9 process or
Complete Student On-Campus Employment Position Opening, form 1303, and send to University Placement Services.
Review student's Financial Aid Award Notification letter for University Placement Services registration stamp indicating type of account (Federal, Graduate State, or Undergraduate State) and account number.