To earn work-study funds between May 12th - June 17th, you must be enrolled at least half-time in summer classes.
6 or more credits for undergraduate and applied tech students
5 or more credits for graduate students
Other Summer Work-Study Details
- If you are graduating at the end of the spring semester, you may not work after May 12th using work-study funds
- June 17th is the last day you may work using your 2005-2006 work-study award
- If you are employed as a work-study student on or after June 18th, you must have an accepted 2006-2007 work-study award
- Starting June 18th, in order to work using work-study funds, you must be registered at least half time as a degree-seeking student for fall 2006.
Work-study employers must fill out new WS Employee Action Forms (EAFs) for the 2006-2007 award year for all work-study employees, including continuing work-study employees, as the current WS EAF only applies to the current award year which ends June 17th.
For all work-study students, both new and continuing, you will need to review and complete a W-4 form, in the Human Resources Office, for correct withholding for the year, as well as completing all other required HR hiring paperwork.