The Financial Aid Office has final responsibility for financial support of all undergraduates. The University has a comprehensive need-based financial aid program and does not award merit aid to undergraduates. All aid awarded to undergraduates in support of standard educational costs must be awarded with financial need as the primary consideration whenever Stanford is selecting the recipients. The only exception is athletic aid, which is awarded in accordance with NCAA regulations.
If departments choose to use their own funds to support undergraduates in any way (e.g., research expenses, travel expenses, etc.), the Financial Aid Office is responsible for ordering the stipend funds for the students and ensuring compliance with our financial aid policies as well as NCAA regulations. Contact Mary Morrison, Director of Funds Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Part-time student jobs can be posted in Stanford’s Cardinal Careers database. Hiring departments determine the hourly wage for undergraduate employees; our suggested wage scale may serve as a guideline. More information about hiring undergraduate employees is available in the Administrative Guide Memo 24 (PDF).
Students eligible for the Federal Work-Study program are paid by the federal government for part-time, on-campus jobs.
When hiring a student eligible for FWS, either the student or employer must submit an FWS Authorization Request . Upon review, our office will email the student’s maximum FWS eligibility to the employer and student, along with the FWS PTA to use in the labor distribution system. Employers should monitor that student earnings do not exceed the student’s maximum FWS eligibility; any wages earned beyond this maximum must be paid by the employer.
Faculty and staff members who have hired, or are interested in hiring, FWS-eligible undergraduate students are invited to attend a one-hour information session at the Financial Aid Office. John Gipner, coordinator of undergraduate FWS employment, will be available to answer questions about the program. Cookies will be served. No RSVP needed.
FWS Employer Information Session
Friday, October 5, 2012
Financial Aid Office
355 Galvez Street
Last update: February 1, 2010 12:39 PM