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Full-Time Employee Tuition Remission
Webster University offers undergraduate or graduate tuition remission for full-time employees of Webster University, including faculty, staff and administration, for classes at Webster University (exclusions are noted below). All employees must have the approval of their supervisor before enrolling in classes. All tuition remission is contingent upon acceptance of the employee into Webster University.
Time spent in class is not considered as compensated time, nor are employees permitted to take classes during their standard workday.
Webster offers undergraduate or graduate tuition remission for the spouse/domestic partner and children of a full-time employee of Webster University who has been employed full-time by the University for at least one year (according to University policy) and has either a contract or agreement to continue in the employ of Webster University. The age or marital status of the child does not affect this policy. (Enrollment in Webster University courses is subject to space availability).
There is no limit to the number of credit hours an employee, a spouse/domestic partner or their children can take. The University policy on tuition remission applies to tuition only. See additional exclusions noted below. Tuition remission is a taxable benefit in accordance with IRS regulations.
The Benefits of Music Education
An employee who has been employed full-time by Webster University for at least one year may, in lieu of child and/or spouse/domestic partner benefits, be granted full tuition remission for one degree to whomever he or she may designate, regardless of relationship. The employee may not use this benefit to support a currently or previously enrolled student and the employee who uses this benefit for a person other than spouse/domestic partner or child forfeits the possibility of using either child, spouse/domestic partner benefits at a later date. (This benefit is limited to one designee and enrollment in Webster University courses is subject to space availability.)
Duration of Benefit
The Tuition Remission Policy is applicable only during the time the employee remains with the University. If the full-time staff member is terminated or separates from the University, any tuition remission arrangement in effect will continue only for courses already in progress for the current term/semester.
If however, the employee is totally disabled, retires, or dies while employed by the University, any tuition remission arrangement in effect in lieu of child or spouse/domestic partner benefits will continue until the individual has completed work for the degree he or she is seeking.
The children and spouse/domestic partner of a full-time employee who becomes totally disabled, retires or dies while employed shall continue to be eligible for tuition remission. This applies only to the children and spouse/domestic partner at the time the employee becomes totally disabled, retires or dies.
Part-Time Staff Tuition Remission
Effective June 1, 2016, a part-time staff member is eligible for tuition remission as follows: