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Federal Work-Study Program
With funds supplied largely by the federal government, Rowan University provides jobs both on and off campus for students who qualify for such aid. In order to qualify, a student must be able to prove financial need as demonstrated on the Student Aid Report. A variety of opportunities are available on and off campus. Students demonstrating special skills may participate in the career track program. Many work-study positions provide skills and experience which, will assist students in their career development. Students may arrange their hours according to the time they have available to work each week. Work may not exceed 20 hours per week while classes are in session or 30 hours per week when classes are not in session. Federal Work Study is available to full-time or part-time students.
Institutional Work Study
Students not eligible for financial aid based on need and who are interested in employment should apply directly to the hiring departments. The University offers part-time jobs during the academic term and full-time jobs during the summer which are made available through institutional funds. Positions vary from general office work to pre-professional opportunities. Institutional work study is only available to full time students.