Work-study awards may appear on a student's Financial Aid Award Letter, but do not flow directly to student accounts from the Financial Aid Office, as most other aid. Work-study funds are received by the student in the form of a paycheck, issued once a month through the USF Business Office. Paychecks can be endorsed and remitted to the Student Accounts Office in order to apply work-study funds to a student account. As a result, proceeds from work-study earnings are not considered received until the student delivers payment to the Student Accounts Office.
Questions regarding on-campus jobs available for work-study recipients and work-study eligibility should be directed to the USF Financial Aid Office.