1. What is the hourly rate of pay that each work-study student receives?
If a student works without having the E.A.F. signed by the Federal Work-Study Supervisor and Coordinator(s), he or she will:
Be paid in four to six weeks after he or she has the E.A.F. signed
Not be paid and would have volunteered their time and services
Be paid out of the Federal Work-Study site's departmental or divisional budget
Be paid from the Federal Work-Study supervisor's paycheck
If a class is cancelled without any prior notice for a student on any given day, what must be submitted to the Federal Work-Study Supervisor and the Office of Student Financial Aid?
Federal Work-Study Sign-In and Sign-Out Log
Employment Authorization Form (E.A.F.)
Documentation from the Academic or the Instructor that the class as cancelled
Documentation from your parent that your class was cancelled
4.It is he student's responsibility to keep track of how many hours he or she is allowed to work without going over his or her allotted Federal Work-Study award for each semester:
BCCC students should be enrolled for how many credits in order to receive or maintain a Federal Work-Study award?
6.Failure to comply with the guidelines established in the Federal Work-Study Confidentiality Agreement could result in termination from the Federal Work-Study Program and:
A public hearing with the College's Student Governance Board
An arrest from the Baltimore City Police Department
Disciplinary action by the College's Student Judicial Board
A public hearing with the College's President and Board of Trustees.
Federal Work-Study students can work more than 8 hours in a day during the non-enrollment time period (i.e., Winter break, summer semester, etc…)?
8. Students can submit Federal Work-Study Timesheets and Sign-In and Sign-Out Logs?
Students must take a 30 minute break after working how many hours?
Students will not have their hours processed late and will be paid on time regardless of whether or not the Federal Timesheet was submitted late?