The Federal Work Study Program serves as part of a student’s financial aid package. Generally, students participate in Work Study during the final two semesters of their time in the master’s program. Work Study hours are completed while students are working at their field placement as part of their MSW curriculum. Work study does not require an additional time commitment.
In order to receive Work Study, students must accept it as part of their financial aid package as well as complete the Student Hiring Process through Tulane’s Workforce Management Organization. Below are the complete instructions and forms to complete that process.
Once the Student Hiring Forms have been completed, students should submit them to the Work Study Representative at the School of Social Work. NOTE – Students are responsible to both accept Work Study as part of their aid package and ensure that all forms are completed and submitted to qualify and receive Work Study payments.
For more detailed information about financial aid and Work Study, please contact the Tulane Financial Aid Office.