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WORK STUDY

Both the federal and state College Work-Study programs provide jobs on campus for undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need who must or prefer to work while in school in order to meet their educational expenses. Work hours are flexible and generally fit the student’s class schedule. Students are paid the prevailing minimum wage twice monthly. Each work-study student is offered an amount that cannot be exceeded. Once the student’s work-study amount is earned, employment is terminated.

Employment thru the work-study program does not make the student eligible for unemployment compensation when the job is terminated and/or the school term ends. Students in the state work-study program must be enrolled at least half-time. Eligible students should apply for the work-study program by completing an application for work-study employment in the Financial Aid Office. Job notices are posted in the financial aid office and on the VC financial aid homepage. The student is responsible for scheduling interviews with supervisors of jobs in which they are interested.

 

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