Using Work Study to Pay Student Employees

12/11/2015 (Friday) 9:00-10:30AM

We invite student payroll attendance clerks (and their alternates) to attend this important training session on Federal Work Study eligibility, and tracking. If you are new in your position as an attendance clerk or in need of a refresher course, staff members within the Financial Aid Office will explain the cross-over of academic and fiscal years, how to track remaining work study availability for (your) students, use of the new Federal Work Study Employee Listing Report, the summer work study process and other useful information and tips to help you successfully monitor work-study awards and earnings.


  • Gain access to appropriate PeopleSoft screens
  • Understand information in the PeopleSoft financial aid screens that display a student’s work study total
  • Recognize the importance of checking student’s eligibility (monthly) prior to paying work study
  • Interpret communications you may receive
  • Overview of the Summer cross-over period
  • View an Insight report designed to display work study availability


Using Work Study to Pay student Employees
(enroll via the DTS)


December 11, 2015 (Friday)


9:00AM - 10:30 AM


Colusa Hall 100 A


Christina Linton, Advisor
Financial Aid and Scholarship Office


Human Resources Service Center

Who Should go?

The workshop is intended to help student payroll attendance clerks (and their alternates) with the Work Study process.

Registration Instructions

Please log into the Development & Training System to view the schedule and enroll in a workshop.  Instructions are available in the DTS guides.  For technical support, please contact or (530) 898-4357.

If you need a disability-related accommodation or wheelchair access information, please contact Professional Development, phone 530-898-6771, or email a week in advance of the event.

Reminder: Please share with your supervisor, in advance, that you would like to attend this training to ensure their support and that operational needs permit.

For more information, e-mail or contact Human Resources Service Center - Professional Development, at (530) 898-6771.