Federal Work Study and Institutional Work are only available to Loyola Law School upper-division students. First year law students are eligible for summer employment after the completion of the first year (applicable to both day and evening students).
Employment through these programs is restricted to on-campus jobs during the academic year.
To be considered for either work program, students must complete and submit the following applications/documents by the appropriate deadline:
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Employment opportunities may involve work as a research assistant to faculty members, assisting in the Law Library, or assisting in one of the Law School's administrative offices.
A listing of available on campus positions will be included with the work study contract from Loyola Law School. A work study contract does not guarantee a job, because there are a large number of students competing for a limited number of approved positions.