The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority Work Study program allows students to gain valuable career related experience while attending school. (Employers benefit because they receive a $2.00 reimbursement for every hour a student works up to 20 hours per week, fall and spring terms; 40 hours per week, holidays and the summer terms.)
- Obtain a KHEAA Work Study Program application in 100 Oakley Applied Science Building between 8:00 and 11:30 AM
- Complete and leave your application with the KHEAA Coordinator for processing. (The KHEAA office is located in Career Services.)
To qualify for the KHEAA Work Study Program, students must meet the following criteria:
- Be a United States citizen
- Be a Kentucky resident
- Be accepted for enrollment or be enrolled at least half-time at Murray State University
- Be in good standing and progressing satisfactorily toward completion of their education program as determined by the participating educational institution
- Be receiving insufficient financial aid (grants, loans, & scholarships) to cover school expenses
- Not be in pursuit of a major course of study in religion, theology, or divinity
- Priority will be given to undergraduate students.
TBA, KHEAA Coordinator
100 Oakley Applied Science Building
270.809.3053 | TBA@murraystate.edu
*Please call Katie Mantooth at 270.809.3804 until the new coordinator is announced.