FEDERAL WORK STUDY :
Congratulations to students who have been awarded for 2017-2018!
Please be aware an email with further instructions will be sent on 5/30/17 providing the next steps on how to obtain your federal work study award. In the meantime please accept your award on CUNYfirst:
How to Accept your award on CUNYFirst:
- Login to your CUNYfirst account
- Select Student Center from left menu
- In the Finances section, click the Accept/Decline Awards link
- Select Financial Aid Year 2018
- To Accept: Federal Work- Study award, click submit at bottom of page
- To Decline: click Decline and then click submit at bottom of page.
***Carefully consider your award being terminated; it cannot be undone***
You are required to make an appointment to speak with the Federal Work Study Coordinator on all matters related to federal work study.
During Placement Periods you can make an appointment using the hyperlink below:
Students must go to Nemo-Q Ventus to make an appointment
During non-placement periods, please contact the FWS Coordinator at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
During these scheduled appointments you will fill out all necessary contract paperwork and receive further instructions on step 2 or submit contract paperwork (See FWS Intake Process Handout for more information). A referral will be given if the Federal Work Study Coordinator is located at the Jay express counter.
If you would like to set up an appointment, not during placement periods please email the Federal Work Study Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org email for further information.
Below are links to several valuable resources for students who participate in John Jay College's Federal Work Study (FWS) Program or wish to learn about the what the program offers.
- What is Federal Work Study, click here
- For FWS Instructions, click here.
- For FWS Intake procedure, click here.
- For FWS Warning Termination Notice, click here.
- For FWS Performance Evaluation, click here.
- For Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
New Federal Work Study (FWS) Student
Click here if you:
- You never worked Federal Work Study (FWS) before.
- This will be your first time working FWS at John Jay College.
- You just graduated High School
- You are Transfer Student from another college
- You are a Graduate Student
- You are not sure what Federal Work Study is but you want to work
- You are not sure which option to select
All FWS students are required to attend the FWS Orientation with the Center for Career & Professional Development before interviewing with the department or agency of interest. Check for availability and register online here.
Click here for instructions on signing up for the Federal Work Study (FWS) Orientation.
Continuing FWS Students
Click here if you:
- You have worked in the FWS Program at John Jay College before and want to return to the same department
- You worked in the FWS Program before but you want to work in a new/different department
- I know which department I want to go to
Click here if you:
- You've been on an interview and want to view the Job bank for another job opportunity
- The job You were interested in is no longer available
- You were not hired after meeting with a supervisor and would like to look for another job
All required forms will be provided to you during your scheduled appointment, but you may download and bring with you:
Payroll Forms: Provided at the appointment
- Sample Time Sheet
- Federal Work Study Time Sheet Submission Schedule(s)
- Record of Available Hours
- Direct Deposit Form and Stop Payment Forms (can be found at the BURSARS OFFICE )
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The following person has been designated at John Jay College (“the College”) to handle inquiries and complaints relating to CUNY’s Policy on Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination as well as CUNY’s Policy on Sexual Misconduct and to review appeals of the College’s decisions regarding requests for reasonable accommodations under section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990: Silvia Montalban, Director-Compliance & Diversity, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Haaren Hall, Rm. 622T, 524 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019, email@example.com, (This is not a contact email for Financial Aid or Federal Work-study.)