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Tuition Benefits

Undergraduate School

All members of the faculty and staff are eligible to a waiver of tuition for taking courses in the undergraduate program immediately upon full-time employment.  After one year of full-time employment (as of the start of the academic year), members of an employee's immediate family (spouse, sons, daughters) are eligible for tuition remission at the rate of 15% per year of service up to full remission (12% per year for academic-year employees).

Graduate School

All members of the faculty and staff are eligible to a waiver of tuition for taking courses in the graduate program immediately upon full-time employment.  Members of an employee's immediate family (spouse, sons, daughters) are eligible for one-half remission of the tuition charges.  After seven years of service, members of an employee's immediate family are eligible for full remission of tuition.  Family members of academic year employees are eligible for one-half remission of the tuition charges.  After ten years of service, members of an employee's immediate family are eligible to full remission of tuition.

School of Continuing Education (SCE) and Summer School

All members of the faculty and staff and members of their immediate families (spouse, sons, daughters) are eligible for full remission of tuition for taking courses in the School of Continuing Education and Summer School immediately upon full-time employment.

Tuition Assistance Policy

Providence College provides tuition assistance as an additional education benefit to those employees enrolled in job-related undergraduate degree programs not offered at Providence College and that directly improve the employee's ability to contribute to Providence College in his/her current position.  The College reserves its right to reevaluate, modify or rescind this program at any time with or without notification.

  • Employees must be full-time, academic-year or full-time, full-year and must have completed a minimum of 12 months of continuous service.
  • Employees must be employed at Providence College on the first day of classes and upon completion of the course, must be considered in good standing.  All courses must be taken during non-work hours.
  • The cost of books, lab fees, registration fees, supplies, etc., is not reimbursable.  Maximum five courses per calendar year (generally not to exceed 15 credits).

Tuition Assistance Amounts are as follows:

*100% tuition reimbursement for an earned grade categorized as an A or B.
*75% tuition reimbursement for an earned grade categorized as a C.
 *Any grade categorized as a D or below will not qualify for reimbursement.

Tuition Remission Policy
http://www.providence.edu/hr/forms-policies/Documents/TuitionRemission2010.pdf ‚Äč
(Tuition benefits may be subject to federl taxes where applicable)  
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