Jobs On Campus With Work Study
Work Study is a need-based, federally funded program that matches qualified students with jobs in various departments on campus.
How Do I Qualify for Work Study?
Application for Federal Student Aid by February 15 at FAFSA.gov. In addition to early application, there are four other qualifications in order to be awarded work-study:
- You must be enrolled at least 6 credits per semester and must be working towards a degree at Lyndon State College.
- You must qualify on the basis of need. Need is determined by the Financial Aid Office after evaluating your FAFSA.
- You must be making satisfactory academic progress.
- If selected, you must complete the federal verification process before beginning work.
Failure to turn in necessary documents when requested may result in loss of work-study eligibility. You will receive notification on whether or not you are eligible for work-study on your Financial Aid Award Letter/Email Notification. If your award package does not include a work-study amount, you are not eligible.
What Forms Do I Need To Fill Out?
Your work-study contract must be signed by both you and your supervisor before you are allowed to work. If you have never worked under the Work-Study program at LSC, you must complete an I-9 and W-4 form with your supervisor.
Danielle Berrien, Career Services