and Michigan Work-Study Awards:
U.S. citizens and permanent residents can apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Receiving funds awarded under the Work-Study Program is not guaranteed. It is dependent on funding, registering and attending classes, locating a job on-campus and maintaining employment throughout the academic year. The number of hours you will be working per week will depend on the department's needs, the amount of your award, and your schedule. Students that have maximum eligibility and work the entire semester are budgeted for 22 hours per week; no more than eight hours per day, at $8.15 per week. Students who have the maximum award and begin working at least two weeks into the semester, may work up to 25 hours per week. Student employees must never work more than 25 hours per week.
Acceptance of a Work Study Award may affect other aid sources, including student loans.