Full-Time Benefits Eligible Employees Only Service:
All employees hired on or after August 1, 2005, are eligible at the start of the first complete academic term that begins after completing one (1) year of continuous full-time employment.
Admissions & Academic Eligibility:
Admission into any academic program is never guaranteed and competition may be intense for a limited number of available openings.
Deadlines & Forms:
Strict compliance with all academic, financial and financial aid, and human resource policies and requirements is required. Failure to comply with stated deadlines and requirements will result in forfeiture of the tuition benefit for current or future terms.
The Benefit pays 100% of tuition for eligible employees taking most under-graduate or eligible certificate courses. At no time will the tuition benefit apply to more than three courses per semester (9 semester hours) or two courses per quarter (8 quarter hours).
Graduate & Professional Programs:
The Benefit pays 100% of tuition for most graduate and professional programs (except law and medicine). At no time will the graduate tuition benefit apply to more than two courses per semester (8 semester hours) or two per quarter (8 quarter hours).
These are specialized courses of study and involve a special time commitment from the faculty and staff member in the advancement of their career and reflect a significant investment by the university in the faculty or staff member.
The Benefit pays 100% of undergraduate tuition after the co-pay (including Rome Center & FACHEX tuition) for the spouse, legally domiciled adult and dependent children of full time benefits eligible employees.
The benefit covers tuition only and does not include student activity or instructional fees, room and board, or other expenses.
If spouse, legally domiciled adult or dependent child is enrolled in 12 or more credit hours (full-time), the student contributes $715 per term towards tuition.*
If spouse, legally domiciled adult or dependent child is enrolled in 11 or fewer credit hours (part-time), the student contributes $360 per term towards tuition.*
* Note: The Co-Pay may increase each July 1st and the Co-Pay for 2013-2014 has been updated