Types of Aid: Work Study
Federal Work-Study is a need-based program that must be applied for by completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. If you did not see an offer for Federal Work-Study on your award notification then either you were not eligible, or funds were not available at the time that you were awarded. Please review all the links below for information on Federal Work Study at FSU. Work Authorization/Payroll papers must be completed before a student can start work and must be turned in no later than September 6, 2013.
For Fall 2013/Spring 2014 work study - complete the 2013/2014 FAFSA / Renewal FAFSA - Applications must be submitted between January 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. Apply as soon as possible after January 1, 2013, as funds for work-study are very limited.
Note:Students who were not awarded Federal Work Study but who are interested in working part-time, are encouraged to participate in the Job Location and Development (JLD) Program. Through this program, students can access available part time jobs and internship opportunities by either visiting the Career Center, logging onto www.career.fsu.edu/sep or for more in-depth employment resource information and career counseling log onto the FSU Career Center SeminoleLink service.
The FSU Career Center and the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce sponsor many events, including periodic job fairs. Go to http://career.fsu.edu/calendar for upcoming events.
The information below will only be useful to you if you have a federal work-study offer on your award from FSU.
Notification - If you are awarded work-study it will appear on your award notification on your my.fsu Student Center online. You must have a work study award on your notification to receive work study funds.
Additional information on Work Study:
Federal Work Study Notes - Please read carefully
Federal Work Study Steps to Employment - Steps to locate a job, interview and complete payroll authorizations on campus
last updated April 24, 2013