Graduate education can be expensive and demanding. It is difficult to work while enrolled in Touro University Nevada’s programs.
The purpose of the Federal Work‐Study Program is to promote part‐time employment for those students in financial need. Part‐time positions available through the Federal Work‐Study Program may involve work at the university or in a public or private non‐profit organization. Students may work no more than 25 hours per week when classes are in session. Eligibility for the university’s Work‐Study Program is determined by Touro University Nevada’s Office of Financial Aid.
Qualified students may also work as tutors, office assistants, computer technicians, lab assistants, or research assistants. Not all of these positions require eligibility for the Federal Work-Study Program.
For more information, please contact the office of Financial Aid at (702) 777-3076.