Subject: College Work-Study

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Federal Work-Study is a program that allows you to work a campus-approved job to earn money that can be used towards day-to-day necessities or to go towards any balance that may be on your student account. 

  • These funds do not have to be paid back.
  • A job is not automatically given to you. You have to search for a position (on or off campus) that accepts students with work-study on their financial aid package. 
Check out more information on Federal Work-Study by clicking on the links below.
8 Things You Should Know About Federal-Work Study
Frequently Asked Questions About Federal Work-Study 
Visit your Upward Bound or Talent Search Specialist to learn more about Federal Work-Study. 
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