Have a dependent attending CU? Their tuition benefit options will expand for Fall 2017
If you have a dependent attending a CU campus, they’ll soon have new, convenient ways to use the Tuition Benefit on any campus.
Starting with Fall Semester 2017, CU will launch a three-year Intercampus Dependent Tuition Benefit Pilot Program. If you transfer this benefit to your dependent, they will have two options:
- The home campus benefit, where they’ll receive 9 credits at UCCS, CU Denver and CU Anschutz or a 30 percent discount at CU Boulder.
- The other campus benefit, where you’ll receive $2,400 per academic year to apply toward dependent tuition.
There are no campus restrictions, so the dependents can attend classes on any CU campus regardless of the employee’s campus.
Other dependent changes for Fall 2017:
- CU Boulder is increasing its tuition discount to 30 percent (from 20 percent).
- CU Denver and CU Anschutz dependents no longer need to wait until the first day of classes to register.
Interested in expanding your own education as an employee? The employee-only tuition benefit remains unchanged. Review the current tuition benefit on the Employee Services website.