Assistantships Awarded by the University.
assistantships that carry varying stipends are available to upperclass
students. The student is assigned to assist a faculty member in
research activities; student selection is based on scholastic ability.
Federal Work-Study Program (FWSP).
employment may be offered as a portion of the financial aid award to
U.S. citizens and eligible noncitizens. Application for this program,
as well as for all federal aid programs, is made by filing the FAFSA.
On-campus jobs are available in most campus offices and libraries.
Students in the law program also may choose to work in the School of
Law-Newark, in cooperating legal services off-campus, or in other
nonprofit community service agencies. All jobs assigned through the
FWSP are paid positions. Off-campus employment may be limited to
returning students. Selection for a particular job is based on skills,
job availability, university needs, and student preference. Contact the
financial aid office for further information. A completed employment
authorization form must be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid
before employment can begin.