Tuition Remission Application Process:
Before accessing the new Tuition Remission Application, the student must be registered for the term and, if the student has not yet earned a Bachelor's degree, have completed a FAFSA. Although the FAFSA is only required for students that have not yet earned a Bachelor's degree, all students are encouraged to complete the FAFSA.
Employees will need to complete the application for themselves, their spouse, and/or children. Upon submission, the application will be sent to the Registrar to verify student information. Human Resources will then verify the employee is eligible for the benefit and determine if it's a taxable benefit. Financial Aid will award the Tuition Remission once the workflow is complete. Please note, Tuition Remission will not disburse until the employee has met with the Office of Human Resources to determine if the benefit is deemed taxable. If the employee is submitting the application for themselves, their supervisor will receive a workflow task in order to approve/decline the request due to work load and to approve/decline for their employee's second graduate degree.
Fall 2021 Application opens June 15 and closes July 16.
Tuition Remission Deadline:
The submission deadline will be 30 days before the term starts for current students. The submission deadline for new students will be 30 days before the term starts or upon registration of classes, whichever is later.
|Tuition Remission Deadline|||||
|Semester||Start Date||Tuition Remission Deadline*|
|Fall 2021||August 16, 2021||July 16, 2021|
|Spring 2022||January 10, 2022||December 10, 2021|
|Summer 2022||May 16, 2022||April 16, 2022|
|* The tuition remission deadline is 30 days prior to the semester start date. Courses and programs with start dates after the semester begins (i.e. block I, block II, and weekend college) are subject to the same deadlines published above. It is recommended that students meet with their advisors and have their entire semester schedule set-up in advance of the tuition remission deadline.|
** The Doctor of Education -- School Psychology is not eligible for Tuition Remission.
Room, board, and fees are NOT covered by tuition remission and are the responsibility of the student.
Winebrenner Theological Seminary (WTS) courses (Section 80-85) may
be included on this form. Contact Kim Henley at [email protected]
regarding tuition exchange for WTS Courses.