Work Study

Students that have been awarded a work study or  community advisor  position on campus can use the money they will earn over the semester to pay for part of their tuition cost. With the completed form, we can set up an automatic withdrawal from their bi-weekly paychecks. When we receive the completed form with an original signature, we will set up a deferment of the estimated amount based on a percentage (10-90 percent) of the work study or  (10-87 percent) for community advisor  award amount.

Click here to view, complete and print the form, then please mail completed form back to the Student Accounts Office. We must have an original signature.

If you sign up for the deferment and miss more then two deferment payments, we may cancel your deferment because you are presumably not working at your position. We send home work study statements every month during the academic year, so students can monitor their accounts.

At the end of the fall semester, we will review  your student deferment and compare it to the actual earnings. Those that are not working enough to cover the deferment we initially set up will receive a lesser deferment in the following semester. We will also conduct a review in March before pre-registration to make sure students are on track with their earnings. If not, students will receive an email to inform them that we may have to remove some of their deferment. This may cause them to have a pre-registration hold. Students may adjust their deferment at any time in writing.

If you have a credit on your tuition account and have given us permission, we will reduce or stop your deferment and use the credit to offset the changes to your work study deferment. If your work study deferment was canceled, you will receive all of your earnings in your paycheck.

At the end of each academic year, we will conduct a final review of the deferment and compare it to the actual earning and then close out all deferments for the year. This is generally completed in early June for the previous academic year.

Any student using this deferment option will not be eligible for a refund  until the deferment  is satisfied, or you may modify your deferment and keep more of your paychecks.