CU helps qualified employees save on tuition costs with the Tuition Assistance Benefit. Submit an application in the employee portal before your campus deadline.
Tuition can be expensive. Submit your Tuition Assistance Benefit application by your campus deadlines and save money.
Save yourself time and money: Remember upcoming deadlines and tasks for spring 2018 semester.
Employee Services is now accepting Tuition Waiver Benefit Forms for Spring 2018.
Want to save on CU tuition this academic year? The deadline to apply for the Tuition Benefit approaching on all CU campuses. The new online form makes it faster than ever.
The Intercampus Dependent Tuition Waiver Pilot Program debuts in Fall 2017. It lets your dependent use CU's tuition waiver at any CU campus, saving more than $2,400 per year. See how to take advantage of this benefit.
If you or your dependent is planning to take classes on a CU campus this summer, here's a quick primer on using the tuition benefit. One thing to remember: The Tuition Benefit Dependent Pilot Program doesn't begin until Fall 2017.
If you have a dependent in college or about to start college, we've got good news. CU is expanding its dependent Tuition Benefit options as part of a three-year pilot program.