/ What is the Federal Work-Study Program?

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The Federal Work-Study program is a Federal Campus based aid program. The Work-Study program provides jobs for students who have documented financial need and who wish to earn part of their educational expenses while they are attending school. Jobs average 13 hours per week and range from clerical worker to research assistant to community service. Generally, work hours are flexible enough to accommodate students’ academic schedules. Students working in the Work-Study program should be aware that the funds come directly to them as a paycheck and may not be applied toward Registration. Students who meet the application deadline for campus programs and are eligible to participate in the Work-Study program are notified of their eligibility. Participants must be enrolled full time and be eligible to work in the US. The work-study program is managed by the ORU Career Services Office (www.orugoldenhire.com )

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