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- Nov 19, 2019

Not sure what is the most effective way to write a nomination for Student Employee of the Year? 

Join The Student Employment Office on December 3rd, for a workshop on how to craft an impressive nomination. The workshop led by Jennifer Hancock, Program Coordinator for the Division of Enrollment & Academic Services, will focus on educating attendees on how to incorporate examples to describe exemplary work, rather than simply using adjectives and praise. 

Space is limited, so register  now. 

- Nov 12, 2019

Use the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) to complete you FAFSA. It allows you to populate your FAFSA with your 2018 federal income tax data. It takes less time to complete the FAFSA and reduces the chance of having to submit more information later. Make sure you and/or your parent, if applicable, electronically sign the FAFSA.

Watch for communications from our office on any further documents needed from you. Do NOT send anything until we request it. Submit all requested documents as soon as possible to ensure you are awarded quickly and so there will be no delay on your Fall 2020 financial aid being released to you. 

You can complete your FAFSA at studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa. The priority date is January 15, 2020.

- Nov 12, 2019

You can now complete the eTASFA online through your Howdy Portal.

Step 1: Sign into howdy.tamu.edu, and click on the My Finances Tab
Step 2: Click on the link for the eTASFA application in the Student TASFA section and select the 2020-2021 academic year.
Step 3: Complete your 2020-2021 eTASFA! The application will save your information as you go, so you can return to complete it later.
Step 4: Have your parent e-sign your eTASFA. (Note: Your parent must have Parent Access to financial aid information in Howdy to sign the application. Visit the Parent Howdy Account page for instructions on setting up Parent Access. Or you can print your application for your parent to sign and then upload it through the Financial Aid Portal.
Step 5: After October 18th, additional required documents will be requested in your Financial Aid Portal. Upload all required documents to complete your application.

Watch for communications from our office on any further documents needed from you. Do NOT send anything until we request it. Submit all requested documents as soon as possible to ensure you are awarded quickly and so there will be no delay on your Fall 2020 financial aid being released to you.

- Oct 08, 2019

In a new report, the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission “recommends that institutions of higher education require mandatory financial literacy courses.” It is about time. View the article "It’s time for colleges to require mandated financial literacy courses".

- Aug 19, 2019

If you come across a job that makes you think that it’s too good to be true, there’s a good chance that it probably is. College students are a prime target for job scammers, and should be aware of potential scams floating around in the job market.

All jobs and contacts on the Jobs for Aggies are reviewed and checked for legitimacy by Texas A&M staff prior to being posted on the job board.

The TAMU Student Employment Office makes no particular recommendations regarding employers. We make no representations or guarantees about positions posted by this office. We are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of off-campus employment. Students are urged to perform due diligence in researching employers when applying for or accepting private, off-campus employment. Student Employment staff members are available for consultation on how to research prospective employers.

- Aug 01, 2019

STUDENT LOAN COUNSELING is mandated by law for those who borrow federal loans to pay for college or graduate school. Yet each year, students graduate or leave school unaware of how much money they borrowed, or worse, that they have debt at all.

To more effectively educate students and temper overborrowing, legislators are considering additional student loan counseling requirements – a piece of the puzzle in addressing the nation's overwhelming student loan debt.

This could be in the form of annual mandatory loan counseling, or more targeted counseling for students hitting certain financial milestones or who are exhibiting signs they may be at risk of making a financial misstep.

View the full article on Student Loan Counseling.

- Jul 26, 2019

Attached is a memo from Delisa Falks, Assistant Vice President of Scholarships and Financial Aid, detailing the new student employment enhancement initiatives that will be launched in the 2019-2020 school year. For more information please see JobsforAggies.tamu.edu or contact the Student Employment Office.

View the Student Employment Enhancement memorandum.

- May 06, 2019

When Aggies graduate, there are many opportunities offered by the university and the Texas A&M community that remain with them for life.

Through systems like the Aggie Network, the Career Center and the Money Education Center, former students can seek advice and connect to all Aggies when in need of assistance, whether they’re settling into a new area, building successful career tools or redesigning their budget. Although these systems are based on campus, students can still access resources from other cities, states or countries.

View the full article about Aggie lifetime support opportunities.

- May 02, 2019

Lacking the skills needed to make informed financial decisions hurts individuals and the economy. What can advisers do to help?

View the article on Financial Literacy.

- May 01, 2019

The money will help students whose lives were upended by Hurricane Harvey and who slipped through the existing safety net at campuses in College Station, Galveston, Kingsville, Prairie View and Corpus Christi.

To view the full article, visit the Qatar Harvey Fund article.

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