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Work-Study Increase Request Form

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* Is this for the summer or the academic year?

Please fill in the year that you are requesting for.
* Academic Year (i.e. 2013-2014) or Summer (i.e. Summer 2014):

* Student Name:


Student HRMS Employee ID:

* Student CU E-mail:

* Employer Name (Dept/Agency):

* Employer Phone #:

* Supervisor Name:

* Supervisor E-mail:

Please provide the following information so that we can process your request:

* Average # of hours that you would like to work during the week. Limit 25 hours per week during the AY **:
Student payrate: $

*Enter the combined total # of weeks for BOTH terms that you would like to work (38 total weeks if you plan on working all year, otherwise there are 18 weeks in Fall and 20 weeks in Spring):

*When figuring # of weeks the student will work, please use the schedule of pay periods. Each pay period is two weeks.

**If you are requesting a work-study increase to fund more than 25 hours per week, we ask that the student fax (x2-4544) or email ( a letter of explanation addressing how he/she will successfully manage these work hours while maintaining satisfactory academic performance.

* Are you using your work-study with more than one employer? If yes, please provide the following information:

Other Supervisor Name:

Other Supervisor E-mail:

Average # of hours that you would like to work during the week:
Student payrate: $

Total # of weeks during both terms* (maximum of 18 weeks in the fall and 20 weeks in the spring) that you would like to work:

Other comments/special circumstances:

If the student's only financial aid eligibility consists of accepted loans, if approved for a work-study increase, he/she will need to return some of the accepted loans before an increase can be granted.

(Note: Loan funds that have already disbursed must be repaid to the Bursar's Office)

  • Completion of this form does not guarantee an increase.
  • If we are unable to grant the request upon receipt, it is kept on file should funds become available.
  • Students must have remaining financial aid eligibility to be considered for an increase.
  • Students are notified of an increase with a revised award letter.
  • Employers are notified with a letter or email.
  • Until notification is received, you must calculate how many hours a student can work based on their original award.