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A student interested in work-study must fill out the FAFSA need analysis to determine eligibility. If eligible, the student completes the work-study application forms and notifies the department of his/her interest. If a position is available in that department, the student meets with the supervisor to discuss hours, start date, etc.
Work-study earnings are considered a part of the total financial aid package. If the student earns $1,000, that $1,000 cannot be awarded in other financial aid, such as loans. The student must complete all forms before beginning work. All work-study positions pay $8.00/hour. Students may be approved to work up to 15 hours/week and are responsible for keeping track of the amount worked so they do not go over their award.