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Northwestern University Library Student Handbook: FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Work Study?

The Federal Work-Study Program was established by Congress as part of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. Its purpose is the promotion of part-time employment for students with financial need in order to achieve three main goals:

  1. To assist students in earning money to meet their educational costs
  2. To provide work experience related to the student's chosen academic major or career field
  3. To improve relations between the University and the community.

 

Work-Study is a federally-subsidized program and wage costs are shared by the federal government and the individual employers.

The current wage cost ratio for on-campus employers is 30%-70%.

  • On-campus employer pays 30% of each student's wage
  • The Federal Government pays 70%.

See http://ug-finaid.northwestern.edu/work-study/information/program.html for additional information about the Work-Study program

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Who to Contact?

Below is a information of who you should contact and protocol  for an Emergencies and :

 

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What happens to my NetID after graduation?

Net ID Needed for Students Who Have Graduated

If a student has graduated and their NETID has expired they need to:

  • Contact Information Technology at 847-491-HELP (4357)
  • Request a new Net ID or change the expiration date of current ID to September of the current year (Use the date when new student week begins).

 

NetId Expiration

To re-activated and expired NetID, contact  NUIT Support Center

            Hours and Location

            Evanston Campus

            1800 Sherman Avenue, First Floor

            Evanston,  IL  60201

 

            Academic Year Hours

            Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

            Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

            Saturday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

            Sunday: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm