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Summer Work-Study Eligibility
The summer application for financial aid will be online in the Finances section of MyCUInfo on March 1st, 2013. If you want work-study, be sure to fill it out as soon as possible! Check out our Find a Job section online for more info on job searches.
- Students who are planning to work and earn work-study after 5/11/2013 should apply for summer financial aid as soon as possible after the application becomes available - our funding is limited and always goes fast!
- You don't have to be enrolled in summer to receive work-study. However, if you aren't taking summer classes, you must be currently enrolled in spring 2013 and enrolled for next fall 2013 by the first day of summer work-study, May 12, 2013.
- By May 12, 2013 the Financial Aid Office needs to have your 2013-14 FAFSA on file AND you must demonstrate financial need in the 2013-14 academic year to qualify for summer work-study.
- Students and employers will be notified if a student cannot begin working when summer work-study begins on 5/12/2013. If students are not pre-registered for Fall 2013 courses by 5/12/13, they won't be allowed to work. Our office will verify students' eligibility on a daily basis.
- Undergraduates enrolled less than 6 credit hours and graduate students enrolled less than 3 credit hours will be required to contribute to a Student Retirement account. In addition, student employees whose normal work schedules are 40 or more hours per week (across all jobs at the university) will also be assigned to Student Retirement, regardless of the number of credits they're taking.
- In some cases we are allowed to award students more work-study in summer than they're technically eligible for using something called Expected Summer Savings. In these cases, we pull from your future-semester's eligibility and allow you to earn it during summer instead. The "Expected Summer Savings" shows up as aid already paid to you on next year's financial aid award list. If you have questions about Expected Summer Savings, contact us for more info.