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Presented by Erin Quarterman and Jung-Ho Ryu. What is Tuition Exemption?  Waived tuition for up to six credits per quarter for eligible University of.

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1 Presented by Erin Quarterman and Jung-Ho Ryu

2 What is Tuition Exemption?  Waived tuition for up to six credits per quarter for eligible University of Washington employees.  Eligibility Requirements:  Employed half-time  Probation period completed (classified staff only)

3 What exactly does it cover?  6 Credits of Eligible Classes at UW  Employees are responsible for credits over six  Tuition Exemption does not cover  Classes Numbered 600, 700 and 800  English 100, 101 and 102  Math 098  Experimental College Classes  Self-Sustaining Classes (including MLIS)  Most Distance Classes  Extension Classes  Classes at other Washington state four-year institutions and community colleges

4 Admission Procedures…  Matriculated (degree-seeking)  Applications for new students wanting to enter a degree seeking program are filed with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or the Office of Graduate Admissions. Due dates vary.  Non-Matriculated  Eligible UW employees who have never attended the UW can apply for admission as non-degree seeking student by completing a Non-matriculated Admission Application for the Tuition Exemption Program. Due 2 weeks prior to the start of the quarter.  Former UW Students  Former UW students who did not graduate and are returning in the same classification may apply through the Registration Office by completing a Returning Student Application.

5 Faculty Staff Tuition Form Must be filled out every quarter Due at least two weeks before start of quarter. ▫For Autumn quarter, forms are due by September 10, Helpful Hint: Place reminders on your calendar.

6 Registering for Class  Tuition Exemption registration occurs on the third day of class at midnight.  For Autumn quarter, September 26 at 12:00 am.  Use MyUW to register for classes.  Helpful Hint:  Attend first day of class  Contact professors  Make back up plans

7 Fees  Registration fee: $30  Technology Fee: $40 for full- time students, pro-rated for part-time

8 Graduate Course Taxes  An employee taking graduate level, non job-related classes is entitled to a tuition waiver of up to $5,250 a year. Amounts in excess of the limit are subject to 32.6% tax. These amounts are withheld from your paycheck(s). Check the dates yearly at:  Keep in mind, the more tuition goes up, the sooner you reach the waiver limit.  Tax rates are calculated on the calendar year rather than the school year.

9 Other Important Information  If you register for 6 credits or less, you do not pay the Student Services and Activities fee. Therefore, you will not be entitled to these services at student rates.  https://depts.washington.edu/safcom/  Most student loans go into deferment if you register for 5 or more credits.  You may have to waive your Tuition Exemption in order to get needed or highly popular classes.

10 Any Questions?  Professional and Organizational Development   UW Libraries Staff Development Committee  Elaine  Tuition Exemption Class Leaders  Erin  Jung-Ho Ryu  Websites   


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