Tuition Reimbursement

The Tuition Reimbursement program was created to help support employees looking to complete a Bachelor's, Master’s or Doctoral degree with reimbursement funding towards their educational journey. 

 Tuition reimbursement participants must be:

  • A staffing table employee and adjunct faculty who has been employed by the College for at least three (3) years by the tuition reimbursement request date.

    • Adjunct faculty must have been employed for two (2) long semesters in an academic year and for two (2) consecutive years as defined by longevity." 
  • Enrolled at an accredited college or university and earn a “C” or better and/or passing within a pass/fail credit course in attempted coursework. 

 Please note: Normal reimbursement allocation amounts are 75% of mandatory tuition and fees and up to $3000 per fiscal year per employee.


The FY21 application period will be open November 9 - November 16.


Tuition Reimbursement Requests 

For the FY21 academic year, all Tuition Reimbursement applicants/employees are required to complete an application, submit a short essay, and provide additional information to be considered eligible for reimbursement. Afterwards, all documentation will reviewed for completion by HR Staff Professional Development and Evaluation.  Employees eligible for funding will need to provide a transcript at the end of the semester to verify their grades/academic standing/status.


Eligible applicants will be notified by November 20 and coordinate with HR until reimbursement funding has been processed at the end of each subsequent semester.


FY21 Tuition Reimbursement Application form

Questions about the FY21 Tuition Reimbursement Process should be directed to Cameron Keel -