News: Dependent children of qualified DePaul faculty and staff may receive up to a $2,000 tuition discount at DePaul College Prep. For more information about qualification requirements and how to apply, visit the DePaul College Prep financial aid website. You can also learn more in this recent Newsline article.
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Faculty and Staff Tuition Waiver
All full-time faculty and staff are immediately eligible for the tuition waiver benefit. A faculty or staff's full-time employment date must precede the last day to drop classes with no penalty (refer to academic calendar) in order to have the waiver applied to the academic term during which they are hired. Tuition waivers are allowed for a maximum of 8 credit hours per quarter or 10 hours per semester in the College of Law. Certain restrictions apply as detailed in the policy. Waivers are taxable in certain situations as defined in the policy. Learn more about taxable tuition waivers on the Financial Affairs taxable tuition page.
Tuition waiver benefit is available to part-time faculty who meet the eligibility requirements delineated in the Tuition Waiver Policy.
Tuition Waiver Forms
Manual Tuition Waiver Form (For SDAs, retirees & special arrangements)
SDA Tuition Waiver Affidavit
Part-time Tuition Waiver Form (For part-time faculty)
Barnes & Noble Discount
Faculty and Staff are eligible for a 10% discount off textbooks and 20% off general books (not already discounted), supplies and other store items at the Loop & Lincoln Park Barnes & Noble locations. Click here for additional information.
Tuition for Dependents of Faculty and Staff
After 1 year of full-time service, spouses or unrelated SDAs, and dependent children of faculty and staff employees are eligible for tuition waivers. Spouses or Unrelated SDAs are eligible for a full tuition waiver for undergraduate and graduate level courses, while dependent children are eligible for waivers that cover 100 percent of course tuition at the undergraduate level and 50 percent at the graduate level. Certain restrictions apply as detailed in the policy. Waivers are taxable in certain situations as defined in the policy. Additional documentation is required for an eligible dependent child to obtain a tax-exempt undergraduate tuition waiver. See the Tuition Waiver Proof of Dependency Affidavit Instructions
Tuition Waiver Proof of Dependency Affidavit
Tuition Exchange Program
Tuition Exchange, Inc. and The Council of Independent Colleges Tuition Exchange offers national scholarship exchange programs for the dependents of employees of member schools, including DePaul University. See the Tuition Exchange Program Guidelines for more information.
Application for the 2017-2018 Tuition Exchange Program is closed. Applications received after November 7, 2016 will not be accepted.
Dependent children of full-time faculty and staff with at least 1 year of service who are pursuing their first bachelor’s degree may apply for a scholarship at participating “host” schools. Dependent children may be eligible to attend any other school participating in the program on a full tuition exchange scholarship or at a significant tuition reduction if the dependent child is awarded a tuition exchange scholarship.
Information about Tuition Exchange, Inc. and The Council of Independent Colleges Tuition Exchange including a list of participating colleges and universities, can be viewed online at tuitionexchange.org or cic.edu.
DePaul College Prep
Dependent children of qualified DePaul faculty and staff may receive up to a $2,000 tuition discount at DePaul College Prep. For more information about qualification requirements and how to apply, visit the DePaul College Prep financial aid website. You can also learn more in this recent Newsline article.
From Newsline: "Beginning in the 2017-18 academic year, children of DePaul University employees may be eligible for a tuition discount at DePaul College Prep. The tuition program is the latest development in the university's nearly three-year-old academic partnership with the high school located in Chicago's North Center neighborhood."