Summer Federal Work-Study Program allows students to earn funding toward educational expenses for the upcoming academic year. Students interested in working during the Summer semester should email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who have secured an approved Federal Workstudy position can email us to request to be reviewed for the workstudy grant. Please review the eligibility requirements below.
- Student must have a valid FAFSA on file for the current year and the upcoming academic year
- Student must also have submitted all Financial Aid requirements for 2020-2021. You can locate this in the Cost & Aid tab of TUPortal.
- Student must qualify for Title IV Aid.
- Student must have unmet financial need- This is determined by the FAFSA Application(s) on file.
- Student must be either enrolled for Summer Session or pre-registered for the upcoming Fall 2020 term.
- Students enrolled in Summer session must submit the FWSENRL form located in the forms section.
- Student Financial Services will determine a student’s eligibility for a summer Federal Work Study award based on remaining annual eligibility and summer session (s) or upcoming fall pre-registration. Amounts awarded are determined based on available funding.
- Students enrolled in courses for the Summer I or Summer II sessions must complete and submit the Summer Federal Work Study Request Form to SFS.
- Students that are not enrolled during the summer session(s), but are pre-registered for the upcoming fall semester are required to adhere to the federal regulation that governs FWS. The regulation requires a portion of summer earnings be used to meet educational expenses during the upcoming academic year. These attributed earnings are considered a resource offsetting calculated need for the upcoming FAFSA award year.
Students working On-Campus will be hired through the department posting the position.
Students looking to work Off-Campus must contact Student Financial Services.
- Off-Campus work must be at an employer that SFS currently has a current contract with. Temple's Off-Campus workstudy program only contracts with local non-profits that provide services to the community. We do not contract with private organizations or organizations that do not meet our community service definition.
- Students who begin working without prior authorization off-campus will not be paid through the Federal Workstudy Grant. Please note that outside organizations do not have access to Temple's HR or payroll system .
- Please note that having a workstudy award on your account does not guarantee that it can be used towards an internship position. As stated previously workstudy awards can only be used towards Temple contracted non-profit organizations. Students should contact us at email@example.com prior to working off-campus.
Summer I- May 9th- June 19th
Summer II- June 20th - August 7th
Fall 2020- August 15th- December 16th