EMPLOYEES HAVE UNTIL DEC. 1 TO APPLY FOR TUITION ASSISTANCE
Qualified university employees and their dependents have until Wednesday, Dec. 1, to apply for spring semester educational assistance and scholarships from the Human Resources Department. Funds are available on a seniority basis.
Educational assistance is available to classified employees who have worked at Old Dominion for at least one year and make less than $70,000 annually. The Human Resources Department will pay for a maximum of 15 credit hours for the year -- three credit hours in the summer and six each in the fall and spring. Scholarships for the same number of credit hours are also available for full-time classified employees' spouses and dependents.
Also, in accordance with a new policy that went into effect starting this fall, part-time classified and hourly employees with three or more years of service to the university are eligible for educational assistance. Scholarships are available for their spouses and dependents, as well. For these employees, spouses and dependents, the Human Resources Department will pay a prorated amount of the tuition fees for up to 15 credit hours, based on the number of hours the part-time employee works during a 40-hour week.
Scholarships are available for faculty and faculty administrators (nine credit hours per year) and their dependents and spouses (a maximum of three credit hours each in the fall, spring and summer). The employee or sponsoring employee must have at least one year of full-time university service and make less than $70,000 annually.
Educational aid and scholarships for graduate-level courses may be considered as taxable income. Receiving educational aid or a scholarship from the Human Resources Department may affect any other financial aid award a student may get.
For more information contact Kathryn Whitson at 683-4237 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the HR Web site (Benefits page) to see the complete tuition assistance policies; applications and related forms are available on the HR Web site forms page.
This article was posted on: November 16, 1999
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