Marshall Fire: We know that many of our students, faculty and staff have been affected by the Marshall Fire, and the University of Colorado will do everything we can to provide support. Please visit your campus page for immediate resources.
Summer 2022 applications: Applications for the Summer 2022 Tuition Assistance Benefit are now open. Please be sure to apply for the benefit before the deadline for your desired campus. Note that employees are eligible for early class registration in most programs as of the Fall 2021 semester.
That's why we provide tuition assistance to qualified employees and dependents. Do you want to grow your expertise in your career field? Does your spouse or child plan to earn a degree? Is there a subject you’d just love to know more about? Whatever your goals, we’re here to support you and to help you save money.
Tuition Assistance Benefit can be used by you, the employee, or you may transfer it to your dependent(s). Employees must fill out a Tuition Assistance Benefit application each semester they intend to utilize it for themselves or their dependents. You must decide who will use the benefit for each academic year, which runs from fall to summer:
The course provides an overview of CU's Tuition Assistance Benefit, eligibility for faculty, staff and dependents, how to apply and other important topics.
CU's Tuition Assistance Benefit adheres to Administrative Policy Statement 5024.
Some uses of the Tuition Assistance Benefit are taxable. Understand your obligations.
Review common questions about the program, so you fully understand how to use it.