Electronic Time Cards should be submitted to the Financial Aid office via emailat email@example.com on the Wednesday following the end of a pay period in order for the student to be
paid during the current pay cycle. Incomplete or late time cards received after the
deadline may cause a delay in payment to the student.
Any student working more than 5 ½ hours consecutively must take an unpaid 30 minute
break. Regulations require that 30 minutes be deducted whether or not the student
has actually taken the break if hours exceed 5 ½ hours.
Any changes to a time card must be initialed by the authorized supervisor.
Supervisors should notify the Financial Aid Office in the event a student no longer
works for them.
Students cannot work beyond the amount of hours as stated on the Federal Work-Study
Employment Authorization Form per pay period.
Students cannot work during scheduled class time even if the class is canceled or
let out early.
All departments must have a “work place sign in sheet” for each pay period. Federal
Work-Study students are expected to sign in and out on the days they work. This sign-in
sheet must be kept on file by the department and made available upon request from
the Financial Aid Office.
Federal Work-Study students and supervisors should check their NCC email regularly,
as this is now the main source of communication for all concerned.