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Federal Work Study


The Federal Work Study (FWS) Program provides financial support for eligible students for jobs on-campus, in local school and in the community.   Students may qualify for up to $6,000 per year through their financial aid.   This money is earned through your hours you work, so it does not need to be repaid.

Benefits of a federal work study position   

  • Earn $15/hr (minimum) working on campus.   
  • Earn up to $6,000 per year.   
  • Work between 15 and 20 hours a week.   
  • Get valuable mentorship from supervisors.   
  • Gain skills and experiences that will improve your career readiness.   
  • Able to work on campus or with community partners.   
  • Does not impact your financial aid eligibility.   

eligibility and application instructions

To participate in the Federal Work Study Program, please complete the steps outlined by the Financial Aid Office

Work study Instructions

For all Federal Work Study questions that are related to eligibility or the application process, please contact  Brandee  Burt:

follow link below to view federal work study eligible jobs


Questions? Contact:


  Melissa Kraft

  Student Employment Coordinator



  Brandee Burt

  Advisor Financial Aid