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- Financial Literacy
- Student Employment
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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 Work-Study award.
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 Work-Study job.
Submit the summer financial aid application as soon possible on or
after March 1st. You need to be either enrolled in summer or a current
student this spring and already registered for next fall by May 12th.
In addition, you need the FAFSA on file and must demonstrate need for
2013-14 year by May 12th to begin earning your summer work-study
award. If you won't begin working before June 1st because of travel or
classes, contact Student Employment to make sure your award is not cancelled.