The Work-Study Program is a federally funded grant program which provides employment for either undergraduate or graduate students to help with the cost of education. If you have additional questions, see FAQs or a Financial Aid Advisor during walk-in hours. Please call (209) 667-3336.
Interested in a Work-Study Position
- Recipients may begin seeking their job placements as early as August.
- To be considered students must fill out the Student Assistant Employment Application and submit it to the appropriate department you're applying for.
If you were not originally awarded Work-Study and wish to receive Federal Work-Study, submit a written request to add work-study to your financial aid award. If funding becomes available, you will be contact by the Financial Aid & Scholarship Office.
Funding is limited! Students may begin working the first day of each semester; or the date the hiring process is completed, whichever date is later.
Before you can begin work:
Federal Work-Study Authorization Form (obtained by hiring department) must be completed before you begin working. The form must be completed by the hiring department and submitted to the Financial Aid & Scholarhsip Office located in MSR Suite 100. (Building #27 see map)
First Time Work-Study Employee:
If you are a first time work-study employee (not previously employed), please complete the following forms and submit them to the Human Resources located MSR Suite 320. (Building #27 see map)
NOTE: Your Federal Work-Study award may be canceled after September, if you have not found employment. Cancellation is for the entire academic year.
America Reads Program
- A program funded through federal work-study
Tutors work with K-6th grade students to improve their reading skills at local elementary schools.
Forms & Requirements
- America Reads Contract
- Release and Waiver Liability
- Teacher Time Verification Timesheet
- Defensive Driver Training Guide
- Tips for Tutors
- Availability Schedule