Part-time, benefit eligible employees, may take up to three (3) credit hours per semester.
Adjunct Faculty and Temporary Status Employees
Employees who are adjunct or temporary status are not eligible for the Tuition Remission Program.
The University provides a Tuition Remission Program which enables dependent children of eligible employees to enroll in courses of study at the University at reduced tuition. The Tuition Remission Program does not include laboratory fees, course materials, housing fees, or required fees. Also excluded are correspondence courses, short courses, workshops, institutes, and non-credit courses taught by the Division of Continuing Education. A dependent child is defined as one who is unmarried natural child, adopted child, step-child or legal ward and is less than 25 years of age as of the first day of the semester for which application is made for tuition remission.
Dependent children of regular full-time employees are eligible to receive tuition remission at fifty percent (50%) until the degree requirements for one baccalaureate degree are met. A 100% tuition remission scholarship is available to dependent children if both parents are full-time employees of the University and is employed as of the first day of each scheduled registration. Dependent children who have earned one baccalaureate degree from DSU or another institution are ineligible for this benefit. Dependent children of employees who are adjunct, part-time or temporary status are not eligible for the Tuition Remission Program.
In order to receive the fifty percent tuition remission, a dependent child must gain admission to the University and complete the Application for Tuition Remission for a Dependent child. The application can be obtained in the Human Resources Department. The application must be completed prior to the start of the semester. This policy does not apply to dependent children who are recipients of full scholarships from any source. Dependent children receiving less than full scholarships are eligible for the tuition remission in addition to other aid and scholarships.
Fall Semester: Before October 1
Spring Semester: Before March 1
Summer 1 Session: Before June 15
Summer II Session: Before July 15
Spouses of employees who are adjunct or temporary status are not eligible for the scholarship.
This policy does not apply to spouses who are recipients of full scholarships from any source and/or federal aid.
In order to receive the scholarship, a spouse must gain admission/readmission to the University and complete the Application for Scholarship. The application must be completed and forwarded to the Human Resources Department two weeks before registration for each semester.
Delta State University has entered into an agreement that will provide faculty and staff at any Mississippi public community colleges with a new and attractive benefit option. Full-time employees will receive a reduction of one-half tuition. The employee must meet the regular admission requirements of the institution. The scholarship is available for regular academic sessions, vocational education programs, and academic credited continuing education courses. Eligible employees must take courses at the reciprocal institution after regular office/working hours or by permission of supervisor. The supervisor shall have control as to the time an employee may take a class during working hours. It shall be the responsibility of the supervisor to maintain adherence to institutional leave and travel policies regarding this scholarship.
An application must be completed in Human Resources two (2) weeks before each semester begins to request tuition remission. The Community College will not accept applications unless employment has been verified by Human Resources.
This policy is to be effective Spring 2015 for new enrollees and effective Fall 2018 for students currently enrolled under the previous reciprocity agreements.
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