Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Work-Study Program is a federally funded work program that provides wages for part-time employment to eligible students with significant financial need. Student employment plays an important role in helping to serve students, faculty, staff, and the community. The various jobs available allow students the chance to learn important work skills that will benefit them at Albertus Magnus College and beyond.
Add yourself onto the Federal Work-Study Waitlist. Please note that adding yourself onto the Waitlist does not guarantee placement in a Federal Work-Study position.
Student must meet all financial aid deadlines in order to be considered for a Federal Work-Study Program award. These include:
July 30: Deadline for all missing financial aid documents
September 1: Deadline for all missing required Federal Work-Study Program documents
In order to be eligible for a Federal Work-Study Program award, students must:
- Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Meet all institutional financial aid deadlines
- Demonstrate significant financial need
- Be eligible for federal student aid
- Be matriculated
- Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Meet federal employment eligibility requirements
Federal Work-Study Program Payroll Documents
Federal Work-Study Direct Deposit Program
In the on-going efforts to establish Albertus Magnus College as a "green" community, the College has eliminated pay stubs. All employees will be able to access their payroll data online using ADP, our payroll processing vendor. For more information on how to register with ADP, please refer to this memo
Federal Work-Study Program Required Documents
Federal Work-Study Handbook Acknowledgement - to be completed in Net Partner
Federal Work-Study FERPA Form - to be completed in Net Partner
New Federal Work-Study students will also need to complete a Federal W-4 Form and a Connecticut W-4 Form.
All required Federal Work-Study Documents are due Wednesday, September 1, 2021.
All new Federal Work-Study students must submit the I-9 Form with supporting documents on their first day of work.
*2021-2022 Federal Work-Study Handbook was updated on 10/14/21 to reflect additional Career Training Events requirements. See page 11 for more information.