Work study is a way to have part time employment while you are attending school. By utilizing work study you can reduce the amount of loans that would need to be taken out to pay for school. Additionally since you are working on campus it is much easier to work around your classes!
At Denver Seminary we disburse our federal work study funds to our various institutional departments. Those departments then advertise work study positions alongside other available on-campus positions. The student must be at least at half-time status (3+ credits/semester) to be eligible for work study, and most on-campus jobs require at least full-time status (6+ credits/semester). Exceptions to this rule are interim terms (Intersession & Summer) and the semester prior to graduation. Those who are hired will see work study funds disbursed to them through a monthly paycheck and not part of their Award Letter.
How do I apply?
- Step 1: Complete your FAFSA, the Financial Aid Office will determine your eligibility based on any unmet financial need.
- Step 2: Complete the Work Study Form.
- Step 3: Find a work study job on campus at our employment page.
Additional Information about Work Study
For additional information about works study, please visit Federal Student Aid.