#WhyWorkStudy: Part 4

Federal work-study is a program that offers students flexible part-time jobs (usually on-campus) to help pay for college costs. When you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will be asked if you are interested in participating in work-study. Students often have questions about the work-study program, so we decided to ask

StepUp Spotlight: Future Scholars of Africa

StepUp to Higher Education wants you to succeed in high school and move on to get a higher education. Other organizations also want this for you too, including Future Scholars of Africa (FSA). Are you an immigrant, refugee, or asylee from Africa? StepUp to Higher Education and FSA are teaming up to bring you resources

#WhyWorkStudy: Part 3

Federal work-study is a program that offers students flexible part-time jobs (usually on-campus) to help pay for college costs. When you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will be asked if you are interested in participating in work-study. Students often have questions about the work-study program, so we decided to ask

#WhyWorkStudy: Part 2

Federal work-study is a program that offers students flexible part-time jobs (usually on-campus) to help pay for college costs. When you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will be asked if you are interested in participating in work-study. Students often have questions about the work-study program, so we decided to ask

#WhyWorkStudy: Part 1

Federal work-study is a program that offers students flexible part-time jobs (usually on-campus) to help pay for college costs. When you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will be asked if you are interested in participating in work-study. Students often have questions about the work-study program, so we decided to ask

Maxwell Ayeliya: My FAFSA Success Story

Hi! My name is Maxwell Ayeliya and I am student in the Master’s of Accounting program at the University of Utah. I also work part-time for StepUp and I’m happy to share my FAFSA Success Story with you. Education is important in a young person’s life. It is always exciting to start college after graduating

Tips for a Successful First Year of College

Written by University of Utah student and StepUp Federal Work-Study Employee Marcella Sweet – Posted on December 18, 2018 College is a whirlwind of change and new experiences that in some ways you cannot anticipate or fully understand until you are standing on the other side looking back. I would do many things differently in