In any given academic year, running from fall to summer, an eligible employee may give their Tuition Assistance Benefit to an eligible dependent or split it between multiple dependents. Multiple dependents must use the same option, either Option A - Home Campus or Option B - Other Campus, and the same campus. Dependents cannot use different dependent options under the same employee's tuition assistance benefit. The benefit cannot be split between the employee and a dependent.
As part of the Intercampus Dependent Tuition Assistance Benefit program, a dependent’s tuition assistance amount is determined by which campus they attend. See the table below for details.
|Option A - Home Campus
Dependent attends the same campus where employee works
|Option B - Other Campus
Dependent attends a CU campus other than the campus where the employee works
CU Colorado Springs, CU Denver, CU Anschutz: Eligible to waive up to 9 credits per academic year.
CU Boulder: Eligible to receive a 30% tuition discount each semester throughout the academic year.
System Administration: If dependents attend CU Colorado Springs, CU Denver or CU Anschutz, they are eligible to waive up to 9 credits per academic year. If they attend CU Boulder, they are eligible to receive a 30% tuition discount each semester throughout the academic year (you must apply each semester).Dependents may take eligible undergraduate or graduate courses.
All campuses: The employee may receive $270 per credit hour for up to 9 credits ($2,430) per academic year to apply to their dependent’s tuition.Dependents may take eligible undergraduate courses.
|Tuition Assistance Benefit Highlights
Qualified dependents are spouses, common-law spouses, civil union or domestic partners and children up to age 27
Course exclusions: audits, study abroad, Continuing Education, Extended Studies, the mini-MBA, the Execuitive MBA program, the One Year MBA program or CU Boulder's Part-Time, Evening MBA Program