Questions About Work Study? We Have the Answers

Posted: June 06, 2016 | Author: Southern Utah University | Read Time: 1 minutes

Student working on homeworkWhat is Work Study?
Work Study is money that you can earn throughout the semester by being employed on campus with an approved employer. The student receives a paycheck for hours worked. This money may be used toward tuition, fees, books, or any living expenses you may have.

Who is eligible for Work Study?
Eligibility is determined by the US Department of Education by filling out the FAFSA. Work Study is available to both undergraduate and graduate students. Work Study requires full-time enrollment (twelve credits for undergraduates/9 for graduate students).

Where can I find Work Study jobs?
All student jobs can be searched in the mySUU Portal. Students can filter jobs by type, including searching for only Work-Study eligible positions.

Find the version of this article in Spanish here: Preguntas de Trabajo-Estudio.

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