Presentation on theme: "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."— Presentation transcript:
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)
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
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.
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, 2012. Helpful Hint: Place reminders on your calendar.
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
Fees Registration fee: $30 Technology Fee: $40 for full- time students, pro-rated for part-time
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: http://f2.washington.edu/fm/sfs/tax/employee http://f2.washington.edu/fm/sfs/tax/employee 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.
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.
Any Questions? Professional and Organizational Development 206-543-1957 email@example.com@uw.edu UW Libraries Staff Development Committee Elaine Jennericjenneric@firstname.lastname@example.org Tuition Exemption Class Leaders Erin Quartermanekq@email@example.com Jung-Ho Ryu firstname.lastname@example.org@uw.edu Websites http://www.washington.edu/students/reg/tuition_exempt.html http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/22.01.html http://f2.washington.edu/fm/sfs/tax/employee