Work-Study is a need-based award. Students must complete the FAFSA. Work opportunities are made available by either federal (on campus) or state (off campus) work-study programs are based on part-time employment. Work opportunites are available both on- and off- campus through some of the graduate program departments or by logging in to the Redhawk Netowrk, Seattle U's job database maintained by the Career Services Office.
There are some departmental opportunities for graduate assistantships. Interested applicants should review the Financial Planning for Graduate Study and contact individual departments for information on departmental assistantships.