Work Study

The Federal Work-Study Program (FWSP) provides part-time employment while you are enrolled at the college. It is available to full-time and part-time students. Currently, students can earn up to $14 per hour for on-campus positions. These positions offer great work experience that can be applied to jobs you may hold in the future.

Work-study eligibility is determined through the FAFSA. To be eligible, there must be a demonstrated financial need.

Due to the limited number of positions available, new students interested in applying for the positions available must fill out the Work Study Application below. Also returning work-study students need to file a new application (see below) each academic year and have their Financial Aid paperwork turned in to be eligible to continue working.

Federal Work Study Application

This is the application a student will use to have the Financial Aid Office determine their eligibility for the Federal Work Study Program.

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Educational Experience

Work Experience


Basic Computer Skills?
Have you ever worked in any of the following places?
Hve you ever been in a Federal Work-Study program?


Please check the days you are available to work:
Do you have a preference for placement?

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Once you've completed the online application, please print the Statement of Educational Purpose, sign it, and return it to:
Trocaire College
c/o Financial Aid Office, Terry Adamczyk
360 Choate Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14220

If you are having trouble filling the form out online, you can view a fillable version of the 2020-2021 application here that you can download and hand in/mail back to the Financial Aid Office, Room B10.

Contact us today with any questions that you may have.