Classes are currently being taught online. All physical facilities are closed to the public at this time, and employees are working remotely.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
find contact information for various departments.If you need additional assistance, please visit
My Community Services and our
Community Employment Resources.
Please review these policies for work-study students and contact the Financial Aid Office with any questions.
Timesheets will be completed online. You must fill out your timesheet completely and have your supervisor sign it before it can be processed online. Timesheets must be submitted by the deadline to avoid a delay in payment. Meet with your coordinator or supervisor for assistance.
Falsification of timesheets will result in immediate student termination without grounds for appeal.
Breaks and Holidays
You may work during semester breaks with the approval of your supervisor if funding eligibility is available. You may not work on holidays that are observed by the colleges of DCCCD.
Continuation of Employment
Due to the limited availability of funding and Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements, work-study employment is only approved for one semester/payment period. At the end of each semester/payment period, the college Financial Aid Office will evaluate your status to make sure funding is available. At the same time, you must also meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards at the end of each semester to continue in the program. If you work past your allotted budget and/or fail to meet the SAP requirements, your work-study award will automatically be cancelled, and you will be terminated from the program.
If you voluntarily decide to withdraw from the program, you must complete a termination form (located in the
Financial Aid Office).
If you do not perform your duties satisfactorily and are terminated, supervisors are required to notify the Financial Aid Office in writing and complete the Termination of FWS Employment form.
If you are terminated from your position, you must write an appeal letter to the Financial Aid Office before applying for any other position in the same semester. The director of financial aid will evaluate the appeal and contact you in writing regarding any additional work-study position.
You must notify the Financial Aid Office and your supervisor if you are interested in returning to a previous position. The supervisor will need to complete a rehire form for you and return it to the Financial Aid Office for approval. You may not continue working unless you have been authorized.