Your financial aid award most likely contained work study as one of the options to help you pay for college. In order for you to use a portion of your work study earnings to help pay for college, you must participate in the Work Study Payment Agreement.
New for 2019-20: Students may choose to apply a portion of each paycheck ($50, $75, or $100) toward their student account. This will help students reduce costs while still having some money for day to day expenses.
Please complete the application and return it to the Office for Financial Services by July 1 (please keep a copy for your records). See the application for more details.
Work Study Payment Agreement (2019-20) This pdf is a fillable form.
Printable Work Study Payment Agreement (2019-20) This option will allow you to print and fill out by hand.
The full award is possible. See the Work Study Calendar to see the breakdown.
Even if you set up a work study agreement, we highly encourage setting up direct deposit. Hours that you work in May will be paid after the school year ends, so direct deposit means that you will receive your money faster. The student direct deposit form covers both payroll and non-payroll checks- which could happen if you earn more scholarships, grants, or loans.
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