Work study is a part-time, hourly position meant to help meet education costs. If you are awarded work study, you must find an on-campus job.
The work study program:
- Provides part-time employment, guaranteed to be flexible with a student’s schedule. ...
After you request work-study funding, you may be awarded work-study as part of your financial aid package. Once you accept the work-study award, you may start searching for job listings. Available work-study jobs are posted online and updated frequently on the work-study job listings page....
Currently, CWI only offers on-campus work study jobs.
With limited funding for work-study awards, CWI gives priority to students who complete their FAFSA applications and the work-study funding request form online. Once these steps are complete, most students are granted funding quickly. A re-evaluation process throughout the year ensures that...
If you are a degree-seeking student, official transcripts (High School, GED, College/University) are required as part of the admission process. If you have attended another college or university, we recommend submitting official transcripts. Your previous coursework may satisfy pre-requisites....
To learn more on the special admission process as well as deadlines to the CWI Health programs of Dental Assisting, Nursing, & Surgical Technology, see our Professional Technical Degrees...
Placement tests help us assess a student’s writing and math skills so they can be placed into appropriate classes for their success. There are different ways to acquire your placement tests. CWI accepts College Level Examination Program (CLEP); Advanced Placement (AP); SAT and...
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