Federal Work Study
The purpose of the Federal Work-Study (FWS) program is to help students with their financial need by providing them with a part-time job. Not every student will qualify, but those who do will be placed in various on and off campus positions to help offset a portion of their educational expenses. Positions available through the FWS Program may involve working in a private or non-profit organization. Students cannot exceed a maximum workload of 20 hours per week, while school is in session unless approved by the Financial Aid Office.
- Full-time student
- U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen
- Qualify for need-based aid
Federal Work-Study: Off Campus
Roseman University will attempt to place students with off-campus employers in educationally beneficial positions. Placement may be in private institutions or in non-profit organizations.
Students who are awarded work-study and wish to work off campus may view the available jobs listed in the Student Portal. Instructions on hiring procedures and placement can be found below or in the Work-study Handbook (page 6). The Handbook and other important documents can also be found in the Student Portal. Students who are awarded work-study should approach their assignment with a sense of responsibility that would be expected in any job.
Work-study students can gain valuable experience and skills to improve their resume by tutoring. As a participant, students will also have an opportunity to connect with their off-campus community. Students interested in a paid Federal work-study job as a tutor may complete an application and follow the steps below for off-campus employment.
The America Reads Program offer an opportunity for work-study students who need financial assistance to earn a portion of their college expenses through part-time employment. Participants will provide reading and math tutoring to children in kindergarten to 5th grade. Tutors will be placed in the local school districts and local reading programs.
Federal Work-Study: On Campus
On-campus work-study jobs are available at Roseman University. Work-study students provide a valuable contribution to Roseman in the services they perform. Students will be placed in various units throughout the campus. In return for their services, students are paid an hourly wage. Please refer to the Work-Study Handbook to determine the appropriate wage rate.
Students who are awarded work-study and wish to work on campus may view the available jobs listed in the Student Portal. Instructions on hiring procedures and placement can be found below or in the Work-study Handbook (page 6). The Handbook and other important documents can also be found in the Student Portal. Students who are awarded work-study should approach their assignment with a sense of responsibility that would be expected in any job.
Follow the Current Steps to Apply for FWS Employment:
- Identify a position of interest from the list of positions on the Student Portal
- Complete the top portion of the Verification Form and the Employment Application (posted on the Student Portal) and submit to the Financial Aid Office
- Financial Aid will determine if you qualify for the FWS program*
- Financial Aid will provide contact information for you (via email) to schedule an interview with the prospective employer
- The employer will notify Financial Aid if you are accepted for employment
- Upon acceptance of employment please report to Financial Aid to complete the pre-hire process.
* Please note that your gross earnings are applied against your budget.