June 22, 2007, Newsletter Issue #22: Work Study

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It is not unusual for a college student to hold down one or more part-time jobs to help with their college costs. What may seem different is when the federal government is footing the bill and providing the funds to hire these students. Students with a demonstrated financial aid may be able to receive work study funds. By choosing this option, you could reduce the amount of student loans you need to cover your educational expenses. This will benefit you in the long run when considering how much money you need to repay after leaving college.

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