It's not too late to apply for Tuition Assistance
The deadline to submit the Tuition Assistance Benefit application is quickly approaching. This popular benefit allows eligible University of Colorado employees, their children or spouses to save on course costs.
Submit your application in your employee portal by the deadlines for the campus you or your dependent will attend. Employees submit applications on behalf of their dependent:
CU Boulder: Friday, Feb. 1, 2019
CU Colorado Springs: Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019
CU Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus: Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019
The following videos will walk you through how to complete the online application based on how and where the benefit will be used:
- Dependent Option A - Home Campus
- Dependent Option A - Home Campus (Boulder)
- Dependent Option B - Other Campus
The Tuition Assistance Benefit provides eligible CU employees and their dependents discounts on tuition for eligible classes on all four campuses.
Employees may receive up to nine waived credits per academic year at any CU campus, regardless of campus of employment. For example, if you work at CU Colorado Springs, you can apply the Tuition Assistance Benefit to CU Denver classes.
Dependents have two options: Option A – Home Campus or Option B – Other Campus. Option A applies to dependents who attend classes on the same campus where the employee works. Dependents receive up to 9 credits per academic year; with CU Boulder dependents receiving a 30 percent tuition discount each semester they apply. Option B applies to dependents attending classes on a campus that differs from the campus where the employee works. The dependent can receive $270 per credit hour for up to 9 credits ($2,430) per academic year.
Visit our website for full details and instructions, including videos to guide you through filling out the application for employee or dependent use.