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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2003-2005 Financial Aid Restrictions On Financial Aid and Employment  

Restrictions on Financial Aid and Employment

Ordinarily, graduate students may not simultaneously hold two different fellowships, assistantships, or other substantial forms of employment. Students who have been offered two different awards should inquire at the Office of the Graduate School-New Brunswick before accepting either. Students who hold assistantships, fellowships, or traineeships may not accept employment outside their academic department without the permission of the graduate director andthe dean of the Graduate School-New Brunswick.

Graduate students who have received aid administered by the Office of Financial Aid must report to that office any change in income, such as scholarships, loans, gifts, assistantships, or other employment received subsequent to the original aid award.


 
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