Part-time student employment that is funded by the Federal Government. Eligibility is based on need. Monroe College work-study students are usually placed in jobs within the school or with the NYC Public Service Corps. The rate of pay is $7.00-$9.00 per hour.
Students with financial need who require a job to help pay for college expenses are potentially eligible for employment by the college under federally supported work-study programs. To work under this program at Concordia College, you must be enrolled and be in good standing, or be accepted for enrollment as at least a half-time student. Refunds in Financial Aid Resulting From Withdrawal from School The Business Office determines the refund amount for tuition, fees, room and board in the event that you withdraw from school during the semester. Please refer to the information under Withdrawals and Refunds in the Financial Information section of the catalog, page 11. Cautionary Note Because the status of federal and state student assistance programs is ever-changing, we run the risk that published information may become out-dated. Should this occur, we will publish all applicable changes, using the numerous media available on this campus. Glossary of Terms Concordia College Financial Aid Application -- a supplemental application required by the college, available in the Financial Aid Office.
Part-time employment for students needing assistance with postsecondary education costs. A combination of federal and college or agency funds pays at least the federal minimum wage to eligible student employees.
Provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students who have financial need as established by the FAFSA.
A federal financial aid program that allows students to work and earn money to help pay for school while still enrolled.
a program that provides undergraduate and graduate students with part-time employment during the school year. The federal government pays a portion of the studentâ€™s salary.
A federal, need-based financial aid program through which eligible students can earn a portion of their college expenses. Work-study awards are made by colleges, but a portion of the funding comes from the federal government. Several states also have work-study programs that are similar to the federal program.
An arrangement by which a student combines employment and college study. The employment may be an integral part of the academic program (as in cooperative education or internships) or simply a means of paying for college.
A federally financed program that arranges for students to combine employment and college study; the employment may be an integral part of the academic program (as in cooperative education or internships) or simply a means of paying for college.
One of the campus-based programs; a part-time employment program which provides jobs for undergraduate and graduate students who are in need of such earnings to meet a portion of their educational expenses.
A program that provides part-time jobs to undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses.