UACCM Financial Aid

Federal Work Study

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The Federal Work Study (FWS) Program provides funds for part-time employment to assist eligible students with financing their college costs. FWS wages are funded by the federal government through the U.S. Department of Education and are paid twice a month by check or direct deposit through the UACCM Payroll Department. FWS is a need-based program; therefore, not all students can qualify. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for more information about FWS or to check your eligibility.

Checklist for Federal Work Study Applicants

    • Step 1

      Apply for federal aid. (i.e., Pell grant, loans, and work study. Also required for most state scholarships or grants)

      www.fsaID.ed.gov www.fafsa.ed.gov

      Create an Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) and password and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®). Your FSA ID serves as your electronic signature and provides access to your personal records. You will need your FSA ID to access your federal student aid records online in order to view or make changes to your records. Dependent students will also be required to have a parent create their own FSA ID and password.

      While completing the FAFSA, be sure to add UACCM's code 005245.

      Suggested FAFSA Deadlines:

      • June 1 — To begin receiving aid in Fall
      • November 1 — To begin receiving aid in Spring
      • April 1 — To begin receiving aid in Summer

      Students must reapply for the next academic year (fall to summer) prior to that fall semester.

      Step 2

      Check for and submit other required paperwork.

      Watch for emails from the Financial Aid Office to the address listed on FAFSA requesting documentation or login to CampusConnect > Acct Info > Review Financial Aid approximately a week after you submit the FAFSA® to see what related paperwork must be submitted.

      Examples of supporting documents that may be requested:

      • UACCM Admissions Requirements (Call 501-977-2053 to check your status.)
      • Verification worksheet
      • IRS tax return transcript
      • W-2s
      • Evidence of child support
      • Parent(s) IRS tax return transcript (if dependent student)
      • Parent(s) W-2s (if dependent student)

      If supporting documents do not match the information submitted on the FAFSA, it will delay completing your Pell grant award and any loans. Additional documentation may then be required.

      Step 3

      Complete a Federal Work Study Application

      FWS Application

      Eligibility will be determined at this point or an award will appear on the student's Financial Aid award letter. Keep in mind that a Federal Work Study award does not guarantee those funds as the student must be chosen by a supervisor for a position.

      Step 4

      Contact the Department Supervisor listed below that has an available job opening for an interview.

      Step 5

      If chosen for a position, the hiring supervisor or Financial Aid Office will contact you to complete a Federal Work Study hiring packet.

Current Openings

Posted: 9/17/20

Clerk I

Part-Time

Ability to type efficiently, file and perform related clerical tasks in an office setting. Ability to work with other students, faculty and staff. Ability to accept responsibility.

Job duties and responsibilities include:

Typing, filing, clerical office duties, and other assigned tasks.

Contact: Marilyn Thomas

Posted: 9/17/20

Custodian

Part-Time

Ability to perform duties as listed

Job duties and responsibilities include:

Housekeeping duties including, but not limited to the following: cleaning offices, classrooms, hallways, and bathrooms. Also, sweeping, mopping, dusting, waxing, glass and wood furniture care, and other assigned tasks.

Contact: Allen Holloway

Posted: 9/17/20

Registrar Assistant

Part-Time

Ability to type efficiently, file, and perform related tasks in an office setting. Worker will need skills necessary to operate current Microsoft Office programs. Ability to work with other students, faculty, and staff. Ability to accept responsibility.

Job duties and responsibilities include:

Typing, filing, clerical office duties, and other assigned tasks

Contact: Linda Holland

Posted: 9/17/20

Student Activities Assistant

Part-Time

A qualified candidate will demonstrate the following: Be organized, communicate effectively with diverse groups, be reliable, flexible, accept responsibility, type efficiently, file, and perform related clerical tasks in an office setting. The ability to work well with other students, faculty, and staff is a must.

Job duties and responsibilities include:

Arrange chairs around tables, wipe out microwaves and keep bulletin board tidy. Keep shelves with campus information tidy. Return remotes, ping pong paddles, pool sticks, and other equipment to there designated areas. Inform student at 6:45 that th Student Union will close in 15 minutes. Turn off music and TV's and lock the doors before leving at 7:00 pm. You may also be asked to wear the mascot costume (Wolfie) on occasion and work additional hours before or during campus activities.

Contact: Lauren Bryan

Posted: 9/17/20

Student Development Assistant

Part-Time

Ability to perform duties as listed

Job duties and responsibilities include:

Assist office by answering phones, greeting students, and cover front areas as needed by counselors. Typing, filing, clerical office duties, and other assigned tasks

Contact: Cody Davis