Student workers who do not receive an evaluation may lose their work-study eligibility.
Supervisors who do not turn in evaluations in a timely manner may have their work-study allocation reduced in part or all.
Evaluations not received by the designated deadline will be considered late. Late evaluations can affect work-study eligibility for the student and allocation of funds for the department.
Students scored between 50-74 points can be placed by their supervisor on a Performance Improvement Plan.
Work-study eligibility will not be affected the first time a student is placed on a performance improvement plan.
Supervisors will determine the time frame a student has for improvement. The recommended time frame is one semester.
Students scored below 50 points will become ineligible for work-study. Students who become ineligible due to low evaluation scores will lose their work-study for the immediate semester following their evaluation and all subsequent semesters.
Page 2 of the evaluation is for departmental records only. Please do not submit to Financial Assistance.
Notes and comments on evaluations will not be considered when determining work-study eligibility. They are for department records only.
Eligible; option of Performance Improvement Plan
College work-study evaluations, performance improvement plan template and other work-study forms can be found here in the Policy Library.
Student employee evaluation form
The evaluation form is available as a digitally fillable, fully accessible PDF.