Federal Work Study Program

The purpose of the Federal Work Study Program is to provide students with a convenient job on campus. Emphasis is on work rather than study, and students are encouraged to work in positions in which they have career or educational interests. Please note that a work-study award does NOT guarantee employment on campus. A student may not begin working until all financial aid documents are received and reviewed by a counselor.

You are required to attend a Federal Work Study Meeting with Human Resources. During this orientation, you will complete the needed documents for employment at Lynn University. Each student will need to provide “proof of eligibility to work” with documents such as a driver's license and Social Security card or a U.S. passport.

Students work up to 20 hours per week. Pay rates start at $10–$15 per hour.

Need-based aid: Yes

Award Amount

$10–$15 per hour

Eligibility

This aid is for new, returning, day, evening, transfer, full-time, freshman, sophomore, junior, senior and international students.

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