All work-study and non-work-study on-campus positions will be posted on umjobs.org.
FAQs on Work-Study
- What is Federal Work-Study?
- Work-Study is a need based Financial Aid award that supplements payment for students working in approved on and off campus positions. Work-Study is a federally-subsidized hourly wage job program, which gives you the opportunity to earn your award through employment.
- How do I know if I have a Federal Work-Study award?
- Check with Financial Aid to find out if you have an award.
- Are you a work-study student working at UM-Ann Arbor or UM-Flint?
- Contact Mai Qazzaz (firstname.lastname@example.org/313-593-5020) for assistance with completing all necessary paperwork.
- What are the benefits of a work-study position?
- Obtain work experience and gain transferable skills that can be utilized in future positions
- Convenience of working on or near campus
- Opportunity to develop networking contacts.
- How many hours can work-study students work?
- Federal guidelines allow students to work up to 25 hours per week.
- If I don't have a Federal Work-Study award and am seeking part-time and/or temporary employment off campus, where do I look?
- Log in to our Career Connections system to view off-campus employment opportunities.