Does location play into your decision?

Doesn't matter
I need to be home
Somewhat close to home
As far away as possible

University of Hartford students may choose to work to help meet educational costs. Students who file the FAFSA and demonstrate financial need may request consideration for the Federal Work-Study Program. Students not meeting need-based eligibility requirements may also seek employment from the many available part-time jobs in the university's colleges, offices and departments.

Federal Work-Study Program Guidelines:
  • Part-time employment offered for both on and off-campus positions.

  • Funds are not automatically credited to your account, but are paid directly to you for hours worked.

  • The amount of the FWS award depends on your financial need and the annual federal allocation to the University. Generally, the maximum award at the University is $1,600 per year.

  • In arranging a job and assigning a work schedule, your financial need, class schedule, and satisfactory academic progress will be taken into account.

  • The hourly rate of pay will be at least the current federal minimum hourly wage.




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