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Work-Study is need-based financial aid. In order to determine eligibility for work-study, students must first submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Get a quick overview of the program with our work-study video.
Work-Study Awards & Eligibility
CU-Boulder receives a limited amount of work-study funding from federal and state sources each year. Not all eligible students receive a
The Student Employment Office maintains a waitlist of eligible students who did not receive a
work-study award, but who are interested in obtaining a work-study job.
Work-Study funds do not apply directly to a student's tuition bill. A
work-study award indicates the gross amount a student is eligible to earn during a given term at a
The CU application for summer financial aid, including work-study, will be available in MyCUInfo
on February 26, 2014. You will need to be either enrolled in Summer 2014 or in both
Spring 2014 and the following Fall 2014 by the start of summer semester to be eligible.
In addition, be sure to complete the current 2013-14 FAFSA and the 2014-15 FAFSA, because you must demonstrate financial need to begin earning your summer work-study award. If you have questions, get in touch with Student Employment for more information.