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    Work Study Academic Progress Form and Subsequent Application Packet

    If you wish to continue participation in the Work Study Program, you will be required to submit subsequent application requests. Additionally, to continue participation in the program, you must submit an Academic Progress form and the required supporting documentation prior to the submission of the subsequent application.

    Academic Progress Form
    1. Work Study/Release Program Academic Progress For​m​​
    a. Copies of outstanding timesheets for previous work study session
    b. College Transcript listing grades for previous work study session​

    Subsequent Application Packet
    Download the following forms Work Study Form Packet and complete them.
    Work Study/Release Program Application-Schedule Instructions
    Work Study Application Form List
    1. Work Study Program Checklist
    2. Work Study Procedures Participant Review Checklist
    3. Work Study Program Obligated Service Agreement​​​​
    4. Work Study Program Application-Schedule ​ ​​
    5. Work Study Program Timekeeping Plan – this form will be provided to you by the Training Services Division

    Additional Documentation Required
    a. Supervisor’s Approval Letter
    b. Program acceptance letter from the institution or facility (Note: cost sheets are not required)
    c. Letter from institution or facility providing internship, grant assistantship, practicum or clinical when required
    d. Course description listing dates and times offered​

    Temporary Program Discontinuation
    If you discontinue participation in your Work Study Program before obtaining your degree or certificate for one year, you will be required to commence
    repayment of your accrued obligated service. The repayment date will start on the date determined by the Training Services Division. After you have repaid
    the obligated service, you will not be eligible to participate in the program after one (1) year.