Welcome to the Work-Study section. On this page, you will find information on the Work-Study program, including how it works, important dates, and how you become an employer. Depending on the tab you select, the site will give you information regarding on-campus departments or off-campus nonprofit agencies.
We look forward to assisting you so that you can support our students. Please feel free to contact us directly should you have any questions.
The 2023-2024 Work-Study Referral Forms are now available.
Please click below to log in to the Work-Study Portal.
Welcome Campus Employers!
Guides and Publications
- Bruin Online
- Payroll Office
- Campus Human Resources
- Career Center
- California Labor Law
- Dept of Homeland Security
- California Labor-Regulations on Meal Periods
- You can work a maximum of 20 hours per week.
- You can only be in one work-study job at a time.
- You must be paid at least the minimum wage. Wage must be within reason to the position and other employees in a similar position.
- Summer work-study is available if you are enrolled at least half-time and submit the summer application on time.
Guides, Publications, and Contracts
Time Reporting System (TRS)
You are paid bi-weekly, based on the dates specified for each pay period. Your time records must be submitted on time (by the due date specified on TRS). If you are hired under ASUCLA you do not submit your time record via the TRS system. This is done automatically by ASUCLA.