Federal Work-Study Program (FWSP).
work-study employment may be offered as a self-help portion of the
financial aid award. Application for this program is made by filing the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available at https://fafsa.ed.gov. On-campus jobs are available in many areas. Selection for a
particular job is based on skills, job availability, university needs,
and student preference. The assigned employment opportunity is based on
an expectation that the student will work between five and 15 hours
weekly throughout the fall and spring academic semesters; in the case of
summer assignments, the expectation is that the student will work
between 20 and 35 hours per week. Off-campus employment, including paid
community service positions and reading tutorial jobs in elementary
schools, also are available. No job assignments are made until all
paperwork required to accept the aid is complete.
Preceptorships and Counselorships.
as preceptors or counselors in the various undergraduate residence
halls are available to a limited number of graduate students. The
offices of the deans of students of those colleges will, upon request,
provide information regarding the duties required of preceptors and
counselors; the benefits, such as room, board, and tuition grants; and
the procedures for application. Applications for September appointments
must be received before May 1.