Federal Work Study (FCWS) and CCRI Student Help (STUH)

Federal Work Study

Federal Work Study is one of the Title IV federal financial aid programs. It is awarded to students based on their demonstrated financial need using information from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Federal Work Study positions can be found in nearly every office on campus, as well as in CCRI recreational facilities, libraries, and approved off-campus locations. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to be eligible. This means that you must follow the standards of academic progress as outlined on the Financial Aid website. Students must maintain enrollment throughout the semester to remain eligible to remain on Federal Work Study.

Federal College Work Study students may only work a maximum of 15 hours per week.

CCRI Student Help

If you do not apply for financial aid, apply for financial aid late, or do not have financial need, you may be offered CCRI Student Help. This employment program is funded 100% by the college. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to be eligible. This means that you must follow the standards of academic progress as outlined on the Financial Aid website. Students must maintain enrollment throughout the semester to remain eligible to remain on Student Help.

Both the Federal Work Study and Student Help programs allow students to work on campus. Both are subject to Academic Eligibility as set forth by the Federal Government in the regulation of the Federal Work Study program.

CCRI Student Help students may only work a maximum of 15 hours per week.

Contact Information

Staff Listing
Hours


Offices:
Knight Campus
Ground Floor, Room 0014
Tel: 401 825-2468 

Flanagan Campus
1st Floor, South Entrance
Tel: 401 825-2468

Liston Campus
Room 1150
Tel: 401 825-2468

Newport County Campus
Room 150
Tel: 401 825-2468

Andrea Lachapelle
Interim Director of Financial Aid
FA Website Content Manager
ccrifafaq@ccri.edu

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Last Updated: 2/20/17