Federal Work Study students cannot earn more than their allocated award (typically $2,000 per year).
Any overtime (more than 15 hours per week) will not be paid by Federal Work Study funding; the hiring department will be charged 100% for any overtime.
Federal Work Study students cannot work before or after the start and end dates as indicated by Financial Aid.
Method of Payment Salaries will be paid by direct deposit to the student’s bank account every two weeks.
For the first two pay periods, students might receive a paycheck at their College mailbox or home address while bank paperwork is finalized.
Hours worked should be recorded on federal work-study timesheets, available online and in the Financial Aid Office in Grace Hall.
Timesheets Student must submit timesheets and have the supervisors approve the hours by Friday 5 p.m. per the College’s payroll schedule.
Timesheets submitted late could be charged 100% to department budgets.
Incomplete time sheets will not be paid, will be returned to the supervisor, and should be submitted the following week.
Timesheets reflecting hours worked beyond what the student has been awarded will be paid 100% by the hiring department.
Any timesheet handed in after 12/13/13 will be paid Jan. 3, 2014.
If the payroll schedule changes because of a holiday, students will be notified via email.