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The Federal Work-Study Program gives students with financial need the opportunity to earn money toward their tuition without adding to their debt. It also provides a chance for students to gain valuable work experience on- or off-campus. Eligibility for federal work-study is determined by FAFSA on a first-come, first-served basis.
You may obtain a list of eligible law school/University on-campus work-study opportunities from the Human Resources department. Off-campus work-study opportunities are available through the Public Interest Law Center and individual department heads at Pace Law School. Funding for work-study comes from a combination of federal and employer contributions. Students are typically paid $10 an hour, and may work no more than 20 hours per week during the academic school year or to a maximum award amount of $4,000.