Loyola University Maryland

Office of Financial Aid

Federal Work-Study

Fall 2020 Semester. 

Please note that the number of available work study positions for the Fall 2020 semester is significantly reduced based on limitations brought on by COVID-19.  The positions that can be conducted remotely or on a limited basis on-campus can be found via the Human Resources link below.  Please contact the Human Resources office with questions regarding available positions. Please contact the Financial Aid office with questions regarding eligibility for the work study program.

The Federal Work Study (FWS) program is a need-based aid program, eligibility for which is determined via the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), offers full-time students valuable work experience and flexibility to work around their class schedule. The following link identifies the departments that have openings for student workers for the 2020-21 academic year and includes a brief job description or job title and the appropriate individual to contact to set up an interview.  It also provides access to required forms and payroll procedures. Please check the list frequently as it is subject to change.

You may begin your job search as soon as you are notified, via email, of the procedures required to obtain a position. If you experience difficulty in finding a position, contact Cayce Fournier in the Human Resources Office at cfournier1@loyola.edu or Diane Roche in the Financial Aid Office at droche@loyola.edu.

Federal Work-Study Job Listings

Student Wages

The current state mandated minimum $11.00 per hour and is the hourly rate of pay a student will earn.

Federal Work Study Handbook

The Federal Work-Study Handbook provides the policies and procedures associated with work-study student employment at Loyola. The information should be helpful to both first-time and returning work-study students who are beginning their employment search for the 2020-21 school year.

Please refer to the information in the manual to answer any of the questions you might have about the Federal Work-Study Program.  The staff of both financial aid and human resources are available to assist you with further questions.

  • Office of Financial Aid, Humanities 211, 410-617-2061, Diane Roche
  • Human Resources Office, 5000 York Road, 410-671-1364, Cayce Fournier
  • Payroll, 5000 York Road, 410-617-1349, Georgia Williams