The summer work study program allows students to earn income while gaining valuable legal experience over the summer. The Summer Work Study application process is a two-part process. The first part is to determine your eligiblilty for a summer work study grant. Work study is a federally funded program and to be eligible, applicants must comply with the requirements and procedures outlined below. The second part of the process is to ensure that you have a source of the required work study matching funds.
- Summer Work Study Law Foundation Matching Grant Application – Will be available April 10, 2017
- Summer Work Study Payroll Instructions – Will be provided to students upon award of Matching Funds
Students whose employer is not able to contribute the required 25% matching funds should complete an application for Summer Work Study Law Foundation Matching Grants.
Students who will be working for the Law School or as a research assistant for a professor this summer do not need to apply for a matching grant and should contact Cynthia Gale in Room 814 of Klein Hall.
Applications should be submitted to the Law School Financial Aid Office and will be logged in as they are received. Matching funds are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis and on the availability of funds.
Summer Work Study Payroll Instructions
Will be provided to students upon award of Matching Funds