The Federal Work-Study Program is a federally funded program for students who need financial assistance to help with educational expenses. The program provides a maximum of 14 hours of work per week when classes are in session and up to 28 hours of work per week during vacations.
To apply for the Federal Work-Study Program:
To find a job on campus:
1. Verify that you have a federal Work-Study award on your financial aid award letter.
If you do not have an award letter or would like Work-Study added to an existing award, please e-mail, go to SC 206 on the West Windsor Campus, or call the Financial Aid office at 609-586-4800 ext. 3210.
2. Lists of available jobs are available at the Career Services offices on both the West Windsor and James Kerney campuses.
If an on-campus department/community service agency that is not on this list wants to hire you, please come to Career Services or contact the Work-Study Coordinator at (609)570-3304 to discuss it.
3. If a department chooses to hire you, come to Career Services or contact the Work-Study Coordinator at (609)570-3304 for the three payroll forms (Work-Study Employment Form, I-9 and W-4).
A schedule of pay dates and payroll deadlines is available in the Accounting Office (AD 131) on the West Windsor Campus.
For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Work-Study Coordinator at (609)570-3304.
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Please feel free to discuss any question or concern about Work-Study with the Work-Study Coordinator at (609)570-3304. Thank you for your interest in the Work-Study program.