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Work Study: Wages & Benefits
Wages & Benefits
Students may obtain their paycheck from the Bursar's Office located in J. S. Clark Administration Building, first floor. If the Cashier does not have a check for the student or if the student feels that his/her check is incorrect, the student should report to the Office of Student Financial Aid for assistance.
ELIGIBILITY FOR BENEFITS
Students employed under the Federal/INstitutional Workstudy Program:
- Do not accrue sick leave
- Do not accrue vacation leave
- Do not get holiday pay
ON CAMPUS STUDENT EMPLOYEES $6.00
OFF-CAMPUS STUDENT EMPLOYEES $8.00
PAY PERIOD AND PAY DATES
- The Federal Workstudy program is based a pay period. (Refer to payroll schedule)
- Supervisors are encouraged to post pay period schedule in plain view for student workers.
MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM WEEKLY HOURS
12 hours each week is the minimum number of hours a student can work to earn their maximum award, although 20 hours each week is the maximum number of hours a student can work each week.
Students must be able to work the maximum 20 hours each week, preferably 4 consecutive hours each day.
UNUSED WORKSTUDY EARNINGS
Unused work-study earnings cannot be carried over from one employment period to the next.
The student during the application process should complete Federal and State Income Tax forms. Federal and State taxes are not deducted from a student's wages.