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Work Study: Steps to Apply
WORK STUDY (FWS) PROGRAM
STEPS TO APPLY:
- Apply for admission to NWF State College.
- Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the semester applicant
plans on attending.
Example: complete the 2016-2017 FAFSA if you plan on attending the fall 2016, spring and/or summer 2017
- Applicant's financial aid file must be completed/awarded before the FWS application can be processed.
- Complete a current year NWF State College Work Study Application.
- TO BE DEEMED ELIGIBLE THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA MUST BE MET:
- Applicant must register for a minimum of 6 compliant credit hours
- Applicant must meet the NWF State College standards of academic progress & maintain a 2.0 GPA.
- Applicant must have financial need based upon the estimated family contribution (EFC) number calculated by FAFSA and includes the cost of attendance, loans, scholarships and grants awarded.
- Once eligible, the application will be sent to the Career Center in the Student Services Center.
- Applicant may choose to visit the Career Services Center to create a resume.
- Career Center staff will match up available job descriptions from college departments/offices with applicants' applications.
- Supervisors will contact the Career Center for resumes and applications of qualified FWS applicants.
- The supervisors will schedule interviews and select an applicant for the position in their office.
- Student workers adhere to the work schedule agreed to by the supervisor and student.
- Student workers submit their time sheet on the designated date and are paid on the last day of each month that they work.