Enhancing Campus Partnerships
Student Financial Services works with our campus partners to facilitate information exchange and to enhance processes for our students. The following resources have been designed with this in mind. If you have questions or suggestions for additional resources, please use the contact form to send us a message.
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Work-study is a form of need-based financial aid where federal or state funds subsidize eligible students' wages, allowing UD departments to save money in its work-force budgets.
Students with state awards are funded at 80% and those with federal awards at 75%; this means a UD department will pay 20-25% of the wages of work-study-eligible student workers. Typical awards are $1000-$2000 per semester, allowing students to earn up to that amount at the subsidized rate.
Because of some limits in funding, not all eligible students are automatically awarded work-study funding, but students can request their eligibility be reviewed by submitting a query at askSFS.
My Finances Access
To request access to My Finances, the University's online student account management tool, submit a My Finances access request form, noting your justification for access to student billing account information. Please note that, to protect our students' information, access is limited based on FERPA and other regulatory-related proprietary restrictions.
Blue Hen Success Collaborative
Student Financial Services is part of the Coordinated Care Network. If students share concerns over meeting their financial obligations, or have financial holds preventing registration and need assistance, advisors can refer these students to SFS through the Blue Hen Success Collaborative (BHSC).
The University of Delaware offers a variety of educational assistance programs to meet the needs of our faculty, staff, or eligible members of their families.
Employees will find the appropriate forms by logging in to Webforms. These must be completed according to the instructions found on HR's tuition benefits website in order for the credits to appear on the student account.