Work Study

There are a variety of on-campus and off-campus jobs students can apply for through either the Federal Work Study or university work-study programs. Many students are awarded work-study as a portion of their financial aid package. W&L's work-study program employs students in several areas of campus including academic, administrative, and athletic offices. Work-study recipients may also be eligible to work off-campus with community service organizations. 

To be considered for work-study, students only need to submit the W&L financial aid application. Each student's earnable amount is included in his or her financial aid award. If work study is not included in your financial aid award, we encourage you to contact the Office of Financial Aid to see if you are eligible.

The Bonner Program

The Bonner Program is a unique leadership development program for students with an interest in service and social responsibility. The Bonner Program replaces work study in students eligible to receive it. Applications for the Bonner Program are only available to admitted students.

Office of Financial Aid