Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Work-Study Program provides jobs for undergraduates with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program encourages community service work and work related to your course of study.
You must first complete the FAFSA and all steps required for eligibility of aid at North Central State College.
If you have unmet financial need and are enrolled for at least six credit hours, you may apply for employment on campus through the Federal Work-Study program. You may obtain an application from the Financial Aid Office. (2 forms of ID are required when you turn in your application)
Federal Work-Study is a need based program. Not every student is eligible.
A limited number of Work-Study positions are available on campus. Obtaining a position is a competitive process, much like any job search process. Contact the Career Resources Center (room 102 Kee Hall) for resume writing, job search, and interview tips.
Do's and Don'ts for Federal Work-Study
Send your signed and completed time sheet to the Human
Check the job board outside of the Career Resource Center (room 102 Kee Hall) or online here
As a college student, sometimes its difficult to balance the demands of class, study time, family and work. Work-Study offers flexibility to work on campus while improving your skills and experience. Work-Study may also help you build valuable references. North Central State College values its work-study students!
What departments hire Work-Study employees?
♦Child Development Center, ♦Admissions Office, ♦Division offices and labs, ♦Student Records Office, ♦Financial Aid Office, ♦Maintenance Department -Main Campus and Kehoe Center, ♦Student Success Center, ♦Tutoring, ♦Plato Lab, ♦Student Union, ♦Campus Recreation Center, ♦Library, ♦Human Resources, ♦Cashier's Office, ♦Digital Media Majors Assistant, Urban Center.
It is important to obtain the job that best fits you, your skills and your schedule.
What does Federal Work-Study pay?
How many hours a week may I work?
Your schedule depends on your supervisor's needs, however never work more than 20 hours per week.
How much can I earn in a school year?
Federal Work-Study awards vary by situation. Several factors are considered: Full time or Part time enrollment, dependent or independent student status, how many terms you attend in the current school, other financial aid awarded, even outside agency tuition payments.
** NOTE ** New Information (01/29/2014)
Does FWS effect Unemployment Benefits?
Contact your local ODJFS or Unemployment office to ask this question.