Cedarville 2023 Parent Guidebook

Co-curricular Life | 25 Work Eligibility You are eligible to work on campus: ■ If you are registered for six or more semester credit hours (undergraduate) ■ After a written job offer is received and accepted ■ After proper payroll documentation is submitted Typically, students do not workmore than 1,200 hours per year. Youmay work a maximumof 25 hours per week during the academic term. Most students work five to ten hours per week. Students generally work eight to 10 hours per week in the FederalWork Study program. Federal Work Study What is FederalWork Study? FederalWork Study provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing students to earnmoney to pay for educational expenses. Financial need is determined by FAFSA calculation. Are employment options other than federal work study jobs available on campus? Yes. Campus-based job are available to regular student workers. Students do not have to qualify for FederalWork Study to be employed as a student worker. Detailed information about the FederalWork Study Programmay be found on the Financial Aid office’sWork Study website. Study Abroad Where will your Cedarville education take you? As part of your academic experience, we encourage you to consider a study abroad semester, immersing yourself in another country as you live and learn. Open to students in anymajor, study abroad programs strengthen your language and cross-cultural skills, broaden your thinking, and deepen your commitment to Christian service. Cedarville’s International Programs office will help you identify opportunities that fit your interests and goals, and then help you plan and implement your study abroad experience. A list of all study abroad programs is available at: cedarville.edu/studyabroad