»Federal Work Study

The Federal Work Study (FWS) Program provides eligible students an opportunity to earn money to help meet educational expenses.  A student does not automatically qualify for a job based upon FWS eligibility, but must be interviewed and selected.  Job opportunities are posted in the Fowler School of Law Career Services Office and through the Chapman University Student Employment website. Work study earnings are paid directly to the student twice a month. First year students have typically not been considered for FWS until after successful completion of their first semester.  Students wishing to decline their work study may be eligible to borrow more from the federal loan program.

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Contact Chapman University Student Employment for Work Study job opportunities and to apply online.

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