The Student Employment Job Fair will be held next week on Wednesday, September 5 in the Plaster Student Union Ballroom (third floor). This event is a great opportunity to find a job either on- or off-campus. Why get a job? Well, a part-time job helps you: DevelopTime Management Skills Build Networking Resources and Support Meet New People and Make Friends Add … [Read more...] about Student Employment Job Fair
This week you’ll be way too busy to deal with financial aid problems. Why not take 15 minutes now to check that you’re all set? Billing Financial aid disburses the second week of classes Right now your bill doesn’t show what financial aid you’ll be receiving, only what has been charged to your account. A good way to estimate what you will owe after your aid disburses is to … [Read more...] about Last Minute Tips from Our Office
The IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) has been deactivated until further notice. Yes, we're sad about it. Sad enough to want sad trombone music. Citing data security concerns, the U.S. Department of Education and the IRS have disabled the DRT until additional security measures can be put into place. The outage is expected to last until October when the 2018-2019 FAFSA becomes … [Read more...] about Update on the IRS Data Retrieval Tool
Do you receive the Federal Pell Grant? Are you looking for additional funding to help pay for expenses? Do you want to work on campus? If you answered yes to these questions Work-Study could be the right fit for you! Stop by the Office of Student Employment in Shannon 113 to add your name to the Work-Study waiting list! As funds become available we'll award them to eligible … [Read more...] about Working Hard or Hardly Working?