Federal Work Study Program

Federal Work Study Program Job Openings

The Federal Work Study Program provides paid employment possibilities and is awarded to financial aid applicants with the highest level of need, who meet the priority deadline, on a first come, first served basis until the funds are depleted.

Students with Federal Work Study Awards have the following options:

  1. Apply for a student assistant, project assistant, teaching assistant, or research assistant position on campus, or
  2. Apply for an on-campus practicum/internship experience, subject to availability and the approval of your academic department. You will also need to determine if your award is sufficient to fund the entire practicum. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information

To determine eligibility:

  1. Complete a FAFSA at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov before the priority deadline.
  2. Complete a Financial Aid Request Form (PDF 146K) before the priority deadline and indicate "Work Study only" if you will not be applying for loans.

Guidelines for Employing Students

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As Antioch New England is a recipient of Federal Work Study funding, federal regulations regarding student employees must be followed. The following guidelines must be followed for all students, both Federal Work Study (FWS) and non-Federal Work Study (Non-FWS), who are employed on campus.  Supervisors are responsible for being familiar with these guidelines as well as the Guidelines for Student Employees.

FWS vs. Non-FWS?

Students with Federal Work Study (FWS) awards have been identified as our most needy students through the Financial Aid Application process and should therefore receive priority consideration in filling positions on campus. All positions for students must be posted on the Federal Work Study Section of the AUNE web site in order to be approved for Federal Work Study and Non-Federal Work Study.  This enables students with FWS awards to be aware of all possible jobs. Supervisors should submit their positions for approval online.   Positions that have been approved by the Financial Aid Office will be posted at the FWS Job Openings site.

Occasionally, an office/department may not find a student with necessary specific skills and availability for a critical position. In this case, it may be appropriate to request consideration for hiring a student that does not have a Federal Work Study Award (Non-FWS).  These requests may be approved by Human Resources for critical positions on a funds available basis.   A request to fill a position with a NON-FWS student must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office.  The Financial Aid Office will verify that the position was appropriately posted and forward the request to Human Resources.  The supervisor will be notified if the position can be approved NON-FWS.  It is very important that this process take place BEFORE the position is offered to a student without a FWS award.  No student should begin working without an approved student work agreement.   A department/office interested in hiring a student Non-FWS, should follow the procedures below after reviewing the new  Non-FWS Hiring Guidelines.


Posting FWS Jobs

  1. All jobs with accompanying descriptions and required qualifications must be posted on the FWS web site.  Jobs can be added, edited, and reactivated by supervisors using this link.

Please note: Jobs must be posted for at least 3 days before a student work agreement can be submitted for a student with FWS or 3 weeks for Non-FWS to the Financial Aid Office. Student Work Agreements for jobs that are not posted or that have not been posted for the required time frame will not be approved.

2. To deactivate a position that has been filled, please notify the Financial Aid Office via email.


Criteria for Eligible Community Service Position

An eligible Community Service position is a position which improves the quality of life for community residents, particularly (but not exclusively) low-income individuals, or to solve problems related to their needs including: (1) such fields as health care, child care, literacy training, education (including tutorial services), welfare, social services, transportation, public safety, crime prevention and control, and recreation; (2) work in service opportunities or youth corps; (3)support services for students with disabilities (including students with disabilities who are enrolled at AUNE) and (4) mentoring activities for such purpose as tutoring, supporting educational and recreational activities, and counseling, including career counseling. 


Criteria for Eligible FWS Jobs

  1. The job must be work that the institution would normally pay someone to do. Once a job is a paid FWS position, it cannot become a volunteer position the next term in the event that there is not a student with a FWS award to do the work.
  2. Duties in the job description must be considered the work of the Institution.  A student employed under the Federal Work Study Program may only assist an Antioch employee with duties directly related to the employee’s official job description at Antioch. For example, if a faculty member is earning income from a source other than Antioch as a consultant, a FWS student may not assist the faculty member with work associated with the consulting job.

Practicum/Internship Students

  1. All practicum/internship students (FWS and Non-FWS) working within a department at the Antioch New England campus, must be paid $12.00 per hour (effective January 1, 2007), for all hours required by the student’s program. The total number of hours multiplied by the rate of pay is then paid as a stipend divided equally over the period of the practicum/internship.

Note: Students must be paid for all hours worked on campus.   We may not accept voluntary services from a paid student employee. If the practicum involves more than 10 hours per week (150 hours for 2 credits over 1 term or 300 hours for 4 credits over 2 terms) or if the student does not have a FWS award sufficient to cover the practicum hours, the academic department will need to pay for the additional hours not covered by FWS.

Practicum/Internship students complete the same paperwork that is required of Student Assistants and Project Assistants (see below). In addition, a copy of the practicum/internship contract or Form 1 is required. All paperwork must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office before the student can begin work. This applies to FWS and Non-FWS students. If a department allows a student to begin work before the forms are completed and approved by the Financial Aid Office, the employing department will be responsible for paying for all hours worked prior to approval.

The employing department will receive notification (Student Work Agreement) from the Financial Aid Office via Antioch email, indicating whether or not the student has been approved for FWS. Once a student begins work, AUNE is required by law to pay for hours worked whether the student is approved for FWS or not.

2.  All student employees are covered by Workers Compensation at a cost of $.46 per pay period. If a student is injured on the job, the Office of Human Resources must be notified immediately as we have only five days to notify the state.

3. If the employing department operates with grants and contracts, it will pay 25% of the total student stipend if the student is FWS approved. All other departments will not be charged.


Student Assistants and Project Assistants

  1. All students (FWS and Non-FWS) working at the Antioch New England campus, must be paid $12.00 per hour (effective January 1, 2007), for all hours worked. Students must complete time slips (Web Time) on a bi-weekly basis. Note: All students must be paid for all hours worked on campus.
  2. The following forms must be completed and returned to the Financial Aid Office before the student can begin work. This applies to FWS and Non-FWS students.
      1. If a department allows a student to begin work before the forms are completed and approved by the Financial Aid Office, the employing department will be responsible for paying for all hours worked prior to approval.

        The employing department will receive notification (copy of Student Work Agreement) from the Financial Aid Office via Antioch email, indicating whether or not the student has been approved for FWS. Once a student begins work, AUNE is required by law to pay for hours worked whether the student is approved for FWS or not.

  3. All student employees are covered by workers compensation at a cost of $.46 per pay period. If a student is injured on the job, the Office of Human Resources must be notified immediately as we have five days to notify the state.
  4. Departments operating with grants and contracts will pay 25% of the total student wages if the student is FWS approved. This expense will be charged to the FWSP Match line item of the department budget. (All other departments are not charged for FWS approved students).
  5. Student Assistants may work a maximum of 25 hours per week while attending classes and 35 hours per week during semester breaks. In the event that hours exceed 40 in a given week, time and a half will be charged to the employing department.  (International students may work a maximum of 20 hours per week).

NOTE: allowing a student to work increased hours over those listed on the Work Agreement may result in the student completing the Agreement before the anticipated end date.  Any funds earned over the maximum written on the Agreement must be paid by the department.


Teaching and Research Assistants

  1. All Teaching and Research Assistants (FWS and Non-FWS) working within a department at the Antioch New England campus must be paid $12.00 per hour (effective January 1, 2007). The total number of hours multiplied by the rate of pay is then paid as a stipend divided equally over the period of the Student Work Agreement dates.  These students SHOULD NOT submit a time slip for payment.

Note: Students must be paid for all hours worked on campus. We may not accept voluntary services from a paid student employee. Students are required to work the total number of hours specified within the Student Work Agreement. If the position changes and fewer hours are required by the supervisor or are worked by the student, the Financial Aid Office must be informed in writing.

2. The following forms must be completed and returned to the Financial Aid Office before the student can begin work. This applies to FWS and Non-FWS students.

If a department allows a student to begin work before the forms are completed and approved by the Financial Aid Office, the employing department will be responsible for paying for all hours worked prior to approval.

The employing department will receive notification (copy of Student Work Agreement) from the Financial Aid Office, indicating whether or not the student has been approved for FWS. Once a student begins work, AUNE is required by law to pay for hours worked whether the student is approved for FWS or not.

3. All student employees are covered by workers compensation at a cost of $.46 per pay period. If a student is injured on the job, the Office of Human Resources must be notified immediately as we have five days to notify the state.

4. Departments operating with grants and contracts will pay 25% of the total student wages if the student is FWS approved. This expense will be charged to the FWSP Match line item of the department budget. Other departments will not be charged.


International Student Employees

  1. International students are not eligible for Federal Work Study Funding and the procedure for hiring Non-FWS should be followed.  International students with F-1 student Visas must bring their US Social Security card (or proof of application) and VISA to Human Resources so that eligibility to work in the United States can be determined. If eligible to work on campus, students working within a department at the Antioch New England campus, must be paid $12.00 per hour (effective January 1, 2007). Students will complete time slips (Web Time entry) on a bi-weekly basis.
  2. International students must provide and submit the following to the Office of Human Resources before beginning work:

3. All student employees are covered by workers compensation at a cost of $.46 per pay period. If a student is injured on the job, the Office of Human Resources must be notified immediately as we have five days to notify the state. 

4. International students may work a maximum of 20 hours per week on campus. Actual weekly hours are determined by the approved student work agreement.


Student Volunteers

  1. Volunteer positions on campus are possible, however, these positions may not be similar to a position for which a student has been or would normally be paid.
  2. Once a particular job is completed by a volunteer, it must always be a volunteer job. If a job has always been a paid job, it must continue to be a paid job.
  3. An on-campus practicum or internship may not be on a volunteer basis.

Terms and Conditions (the fine print)

The employing office/department assumes the following responsibilities for its student employees:

Tracking Hours Worked and Time Slips

        • Supervisors of student assistants must use Web Time entry in MyAntioch on a biweekly basis and make arrangements with the Human Resources Office to have an alternate signer in place.
        • The supervisor’s “signature” on a web time entry certifies that the time slip is a true report of the hours worked by the student employee.
        • The student employee and the employing department/office can track history of hours in MyAntioch.
        • Students should not be working on holidays and/or any other days that Antioch is officially closed.  Students may not be paid for holidays or snow days. 
        • Supervisors of interns, practicum students, teaching assistants, and research assistants must insure that students are completing their work according to the terms of the Student Work Agreement. Because these student employees do not submit time slips to the Financial Aid Office, the supervisor is responsible for documenting that students are in fact working the hours for which they are being paid.
        • Any changes in a student's employment status must be reported immediately to the Financial Aid Office.

Work Schedule (FWS & Non-FWS)

Students and supervisors are encouraged to use the number of hours per week on the Student Work Agreement as a guide for planning the work schedule. Under no circumstances should a student work more than 25 hours per week when classes are in session or 35 hours per week during breaks. The maximum for international students is 20 hours per week.

Maximum Earnings

The maximum amount a student may earn is reflected on the Student Work Agreement. The student and supervisor must work together to make certain that the maximum amount allotted on the Student Work Agreement is not exceeded. While the Financial Office will attempt to monitor earnings and notify a student who appears to be in danger of exceeding his/her award, it is ultimately the responsibility of the supervisor and student to make certain that students do not exceed their maximum. The student and supervisor should retain a copy of each time slip submitted for record keeping and tracking purposes.  In the unlikely event that a student overworks their maximum allotment, amounts earned in excess of the awarded amount will be charged to the employing department/office.

Changes in Employment Status

In the event a student’s employment status changes before the Last Day of Work on the Student Work Agreement, the supervisor is responsible for notifying the Financial Aid Office immediately.

Students with Federal Work Study Awards have been identified as our most needy students through the Financial Aid Application process and should therefore receive priority consideration in all filling student positions on campus. All jobs for students must be posted through the Financial Aid Office so that students with awards are aware of all available jobs.

Occasionally, offices and departments may not find a student with the necessary skills and availability for a critical position.* In these cases, it may be appropriate to request consideration for hiring a student that does not have a Federal Work Study Award. If approved, the student employee would be paid out of the Center Budget instead of out of the Federal Work Study Budget.

* Because the AUNE Non-FWS budget is limited, offices/departments should only consider hiring Non-FWS for critical positions.

In order to preserve our priority commitment to hire students with Federal Work Study Awards, AUNE offices/departments are asked to follow the process below for all positions for which they wish to hire a student.

All jobs must be advertised
All positions for students must be posted on the Financial Aid Section of the AUNE web site. Supervisors should submit their positions for approval online. Positions that have been approved by the Financial Aid Office will be posted at the above site.

Three week posting required 
If, after 3 weeks of being posted as a FWS position, the job is unfilled because no student with the necessary availability and/or skills has applied, the position can be submitted for consideration as a Non-FWS position. Supervisors may submit their requests for NON-FWS positions to the Financial Aid Office. Once the Financial Aid Office determines that the position was appropriately posted on the FWS site, the request will be forwarded to Human Resources where it will be considered on a funds available basis. The supervisor will be notified if the position can be approved NON-FWS. This process must take place before a position is offered to a student without a FWS award.

Student Work Agreements
Once the office/department has identified a qualified student for an approved NON-FWS position, a student work agreement should be completed and forwarded to the Financial Aid Office. The Financial Aid Office will contact the student to complete additional paperwork which is required of all student employees.

When you'll know the student can work
Financial Aid will send a supervisor an email confirmation when a NON-FWS position is approved and all student employment paperwork is complete. No student should begin working in a position until this process is complete.

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Changing Jobs


Introduction


Antioch University New England employs students in a variety of positions. Most student employees are hired and paid as part of the Federal Work Study (FWS) Program which is administered by the Financial Aid Office. A very limited number of student positions are paid with institutional funds (Non-FWS). Specifics of both types of jobs are covered in these guidelines. Except where noted, the following guidelines apply to students working in either FWS or Non-FWS jobs.

"Purpose of the Federal Work Study (FWS) Program

The purpose of the Federal Work-Study Program is to stimulate and promote the part-time employment of students who are in need of earnings from employment to pursue a course of study. It is the policy of Antioch University New England to provide students with FWS awards positions that support the various needs of academic and administrative departments in addition to internships or practica on campus. For the purpose of these guidelines, these positions are simply called “jobs.”

Funding for Federal Work Study (FWS) Jobs

Funding for the Federal Work Study Program comes from the U.S. Department of Education. Antioch University New England receives an annual allotment sufficient to fund jobs for approximately 10 - 15 percent of our students. As a recipient of federal financial aid funding, Antioch University New England’s Work Study Program is subject to numerous regulations that govern these programs.

How Federal Work Study (FWS) Funds are Awarded

Federal Work Study is a need-based financial aid program. Students who wish to be considered for Federal Work Study funding must apply for Financial Aid each year following the steps outlined on the Financial Aid Check List. Antioch University New England’s Federal Work Study allotment is not sufficient to fund all students who apply and have need.

Antioch University New England will award the highest need students who meet the priority application deadlines (March 1 for continuing students, new students with a summer start date and new PsyD students and June 1 for all other new students) until the allocation is exhausted. Students will be informed of their Work Study Award along with loan eligibility on the Award Year Notification. Notification for students who apply by the priority deadline will normally take place in late spring.

IMPORTANT NOTE: A Federal Work Study Award is not a guarantee of employment. We are unable to guarantee that there will be an exact match between the needs of various offices/departments on campus and the skills/talents and schedule requirements of students with Federal Work Study Awards. Furthermore, the award amount is a cap or limit on the amount that may be earned rather than a guaranteed amount of money that a student will receive.

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Finding and Applying for a Job


How to Find a Work Study Job on Campus (FWS)

The Financial Aid Office will maintain a posting of all jobs on AUNE’s Financial Aid Web Site beginning late spring when work study awards are released. The posting will contain job descriptions including hours required and the person to contact. Students with work study awards may review postings and contact the supervisors directly in the office/department where the job opening is located. Some offices/departments may request a resume. A work study award can be used only for jobs which have been approved and posted by the Financial Aid Office. Only students with work study awards can apply for work study jobs.

Once a job offer is made, the hiring supervisor will complete the Student Work Agreement which the student should then sign and return to the Financial Aid Office. Students must also complete all other required student employment documents before beginning work.  Please see next section.

Required Paperwork

All students (FWS & Non-FWS) must complete the following paperwork before beginning work:

  • W-4 (FWS and Non-FWS). Students normally need to complete this form only once. However, if a student moves, has a name change, or wishes to change the number of exemptions, it is necessary to complete a new W-4. Download W-4 (PDF 224K).
  • I-9 (FWS and Non-FWS new student employees only). The Student should complete the top section of the I-9 form and bring it to the Financial Aid Office along with a U.S. Passport or two other forms of identification described on the back of the form. The Financial Aid Office must inspect original documents; photocopies of these documents are not sufficient. Download I-9 (PDF 959K).
  • Confidentiality Statement (FWS and Non-FWS new student employees only). Download Confidentiality Statement (PDF 10K).
  • Automatic Deposit (optional and recommended for FWS and Non-FWS new student employees). This form is normally completed only once unless the student changes banks and enables direct deposit of a student's paycheck to their checking account. Direct Deposit Form.
  • Student Work Agreement (for each job performed) is available in the Financial Aid Office.
  • Students who are receiving work study funding for internship/practicum work must submit a copy of the practicum contract or Form 1.

Pay Rate

As of January 1, 2007, all student employees are paid $12.00 per hour.  View Work Study Pay Schedule 13-14 (PDF 17K)

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How to Get Paid


Teaching Assistants (T.A.s), Research Assistants (R.A.s), Intern and Practicum Students

Students who are hired as T.A.s and R.A.s or who are doing internship/practicum work, will be paid on the bi-weekly payroll as salaried employees. This means that the total award will be divided equally over the course of the number of bi-weekly pay dates in the contract period, and time slips are not required. Supervisors must document that the student is working according to the terms of the Student Work Agreement. (FWS and Non-FWS)

All Other Student Assistants

Students working in all jobs other than T.A., R.A., practicum, and internship positions will use web time entry to submit hours to supervisors according to the published Work Study Pay Schedule. Web Time entry form can be found in MyAntioch under “employee”. It is the responsibility of the student to complete web time entry and submit for supervisor’s signature on or before the published deadlines for each payroll.

Method of Payment

Student employees are encouraged to sign up for automatic deposit. Forms are available in the Financial Aid Office. Students who have signed up for automatic deposit will receive payment directly into the bank account of their choice each pay day and can view their paystubs via myAntioch under Pay Advices. Pay checks for students who do not sign up for automatic deposit will be mailed each pay day from Ohio.

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Benefits & Expectations


Benefits (FWS & Non-FWS)

  1. Workers’ Compensation: Student employees are covered by workers’ compensation insurance and may be compensated for lost work time and/or payment of medical expenses resulting from injuries sustained on the job. If a student is injured on the job, it is the student’s responsibility to notify the supervisor and the Director of Financial Aid immediately. It is very important that any accident is reported at the time that it occurs, since medical problems resulting from an accident may arise at some time later. If the accident has not been reported, the processing of a claim at a later date could make the determination of eligibility more difficult.
  2. Social Security: Social Security (FICA) is not normally deducted from student paychecks. There are some exceptions, however: students who are registered for less than 12 credits and work more than 16 hours per week on campus and students who work off campus, regardless of the hours worked or the number of credits registered for, are NOT FICA exempt.
  3. Other benefits: As part-time, temporary employees, work study students are not entitled to paid holidays, sick time, vacation, and health insurance or unemployment benefits. Students are not entitled to paid lunch breaks.

Breaks

Any student who works 5 or more consecutive hours a day are required to take an uninterrupted meal break of at least 30 minutes away from the work area.  Schedules for mail breaks are based upon the operational needs of the work area.  AU generally recognizes a meal break as unpaid time for which an employee is relieved from work for a period of time.  AU encourages employees to leave their work station during meal and rest breaks.  On vary rare occasions, employees who do not receive an uninterrupted meal break due to operational requirements of at least 30 minutes are required to notify their supervisor and report the time worked on their time record.    (4.401)

Staff Lounge (FWS & Non-FWS)

As an AUNE employee, you are welcome to use the staff lounge located on the first floor administrative wing on the days that you work. This includes use of the refrigerator, microwave, spring water, coffee, etc. Please refrain from inviting non-working students to join you, as this is a staff area. Food and beverages in the refrigerator are not meant to be shared. Employees bring their own lunches and snacks.

Expectations (FWS & Non-FWS)

Students working through the work study program represent Antioch University New England not only as a student but as an employee. It is expected that the student’s behavior on the job will reflect that responsibility.

Students are expected to give the same performance as would be given to any employment situation. Reciprocally, students should expect supervisors to be fair, courteous and professional.

Confidentiality (FWS & Non-FWS)

All student employees are required to sign a confidentiality statement agreeing that any information that is made available as part of the job at AUNE will remain strictly confidential. Any breach of confidentiality is grounds for termination of employment. Students should direct any questions about confidentiality directly to their work supervisor.

Use of Office Equipment (FWS & Non-FWS)

As with any other employee, it is assumed that a student employee will not take advantage of their position when it comes to use of photocopy machines, phones, postage machines, computers, fax machines, etc. The work supervisor should be consulted for guidelines in this regard.

Length of Commitment

For FWS jobs, a commitment of at least one term is required unless otherwise indicated on the job posting. For Non-FWS jobs, the length of commitment varies and is indicated on the Student Work Agreement.

Work Schedule (FWS & Non-FWS)

The student is expected to discuss any changes in the work schedule far enough in advance to allow all parties the opportunity to make alternative arrangements as necessary. When putting a schedule together, the student should be as specific as possible about availability. Obviously students may not be scheduled to work during a scheduled class. Students are required to get the supervisor’s approval before taking time off from their regular schedule.

Students are not permitted to work more than 25 hours per week while classes are in session and the maximum for international students is 20 hours per week. The actual number of hours per week that a student works is determined by the student’s award and student work agreement.

Students should not be working on holidays and/or any other days that Antioch is officially closed. Students will not be paid for holidays or snow days.

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Working More Than One Job

Finding one job that meets a student’s needs is the ideal. Students are permitted to have two different jobs; however, the combined hours cannot exceed the total amount of the award letter.

Students working two jobs should attend to the following details:

  • The student should inform both supervisors that he/she is working 2 jobs.
  • Agree upon the portion of the award that will be earned in each position.
  • Agree upon the number of hours, not to exceed 25 while classes are in session, that the student will work each week.
  • Carefully monitor award balance to insure that the maximum award amount is not exceeded.

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Other Policies & Procedures


Changing Jobs

As was previously indicated, students are normally expected to commit at least one term to a job. In the event that a student wishes to change jobs, the Financial Aid Office must be informed and a new student work agreement must be completed. It is also expected that a student who makes a decision to change jobs would give a 2 week notice to the supervisor of the job they are leaving.

Antioch Official Closings

Students should not be working on holidays and/or any other days that Antioch is officially closed. Students will not be paid for holidays or snow days.

Termination of Employment (FWS & Non-FWS)

A student employee may be dismissed from a position for any infraction of standard employment practices including but not limited to, unexplained absences, frequent tardiness, unsatisfactory performance, uncooperative attitude, breach of confidentiality, theft, endangerment of life or property, or falsification of time slips.

A student may also be released from a position under the following circumstances with a 2 week notice:

  • The student requests to be released from the position.
  • The office/department does not have sufficient work for the student to do.
  • The office/department wishes to eliminate the job or project.

Grievance Procedures (FWS & Non-FWS)

All employees of Antioch University New England have the right to fair, prompt, and impartial consideration of all complaints related to their employment. Should complaints arise, the student should pursue a grievance directly with the person with whom the complaint exists. In the event that the issue cannot be resolved at that level, the student should then direct the grievance to the work supervisor. If a resolution cannot be reached at this level, the student has the right to appeal to the Director of Financial Aid. In exercising this option, the appeal must be submitted in writing.

Upon receipt of the written appeal, the Director will review the specifics of the grievance with the employee(s) involved. The decision of the Director will be final.

International Students

International Students with F-1 student Visas must present a Social Security card and Visa to Human Resources so that eligibility to work in the United States can be determined. (Note: international students are not eligible for Federal Work Study funding). Since students with Federal Work Study funding receive priority for open positions, on-campus work for international students is extremely limited. Eligible international students working at Antioch University New England must be paid $12.00 per hour (effective January 1, 2007).

International students must complete and submit the following forms to the Office of Human Resources before beginning work:

Student Volunteers

  • Volunteer positions on campus are possible, however, these positions must not be similar in any way to a position for which a student has been or would normally be paid.
  • An on-campus practicum or internship may not be on a volunteer basis.
  • A paid position may not be turned into an unpaid position due to inadequate funding.
  • A student may not remain in a paid position as a volunteer once the maximum FWS award has been earned.

Financial Services Forms

Federal Work Study/Student Employment