The University of Winnipeg Work Study Program is designed to provide supplementary financial assistance through part-time campus employment to students who are current recipients of aid through the Manitoba Student Financial Assistance Program (Canada Student Loan & Manitoba Student Loan) or through another province’s “student aid” program). If you have borrowed from a student line-of-credit program directly through a bank for the 2008/09 academic year you also may apply for the Work Study Program.
To be eligible for the Work Study Program, you must:
- Be registered in a degree program at the University of Winnipeg in the 2008/09 academic year on a full-time basis as defined by the Manitoba Student Assistance Program (18 credit hour minimum)
- Have completed successfully 30 credit hours
- Be on Regular Status at the University of Winnipeg
- Receive a government student loan of at least $1000 for 2008/09 as a result of the financial need assessment done by the Manitoba Student Financial Assistance Program or another province’s “student aid” office OR obtain a student line-of-credit or student bank loan for 2008/09 of at least $1000.
Work Study Projects
Information and applications for Work-Study positions are available online at http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/index/services-awards-work-study-program or at the Awards Department, located in Graham Hall.
The deadline for submitting the 2008/09 Work Study Program Application to the Awards Office is October 20, 2008.