University Closing Early – Sept. 29, 2023

Due to inclement weather, the University is closed.

Classes that begin at 2:50 p.m. or later today are canceled. 

Please check with event organizers for the status of any on-campus activities scheduled for this evening.

Please note that the left side of Larchwood Avenue exit is flooded. It is advised that you consider utilizing the Cedar Ave exit. The Southern-Norwood Entrance is still closed.

Expect delays in exiting and local area flooding.

Please use caution while driving.

Last Updated: 9/29/2023, 2:52 PM

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Federal Work-Study

This federally funded program provides on- and off-campus employment opportunities in a variety of settings to eligible students. Currently, the University provides employment for more than 500 students. Students are compensated at a competitive wage and may work between five and 20 hours per week during the academic year. Earnings for work performed are paid directly to students every two weeks and are not credited toward student charges for tuition, room, board, etc. The average Federal Work-Study award made to students is $2,000.

Eligibility and award amounts are based upon demonstrated financial need, in combination with the total amount of financial aid received by the student from all other sources. FAFSA filers will automatically be considered for this program.

On-Campus Employment

The University offers a limited number of part-time on-campus job opportunities to students who do not qualify for Federal Work-Study. Students are compensated at a competitive wage, and weekly hours vary from department to department. Earnings for work performed are paid directly to students every two weeks. The Student Employment Office is located in the first floor of Bey Hall, in room 127, and may be reached at 732-263-5381.

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