On Campus Tuition Remission
On-Campus Tuition Remission is a benefit provided to part time staff, their spouse/domestic partner and dependent children to attend classes for credit at Pace University.
Graduate courses are subject to tax withholdings governed by the IRS. See Taxable Tuition for more information.
On-Campus Tuition Remission covers only the tuition and the General Institution Fee (GIF). All other charges including lab fees, late charges or activities fees are not included and are the responsibility of the student. Tuition Remission benefits available under the On-Campus Tuition Remission Program do not cover special arrangements such as tutorials, independent study, or courses conducted off-campus which are accepted for credit at Pace.
Non-credit or certificate courses/programs are covered for the employee only and when directly related to your job. Please contact the University Benefits office for requirements and application procedures.
Part time staff
Part time staff are eligible to receive 50% tuition remission after one year of part-time continuous employment and working a minimum of 15 hours per week. This remission is for all programs except the Executive Business Programs, the Psy.D Psychology Program, School of Law and all doctoral programs.
After 15 years of employment, on-campus tuition remission is increased to 100% or 50 % for special programs as described above.
Eligible to receive 50% tuition after 5 years of employment in all programs except for Special Programs* (such as Executive Business Programs (EMBA), the Psy.D. Psychology Program, and the Law School, and all doctoral programs, etc). Those Programs receive 25% tuition benefit. After 15 years of employment, this on-campus tuition remission is increased to 100% (50% for Special Programs).
Eligible to receive 50% tuition after 5 years of employment in all programs for the duration of the part time staff member’s employment and having met the aforementioned criteria. Dependent children receive 50% tuition up to age 24. After age 24 they receive 25% tuition benefit except for Special Programs* (such as Executive Business Program (EMBA), the Ph.D. Psychology Program and the Law School, and all doctoral programs, etc). Those Programs receive 12.5% tuition benefit. All tuition remission benefits end at the end of the semester in which the child turns 30.
After 15 years of employment, this on-campus tuition remission benefit is increased to 100% up to age 24, (50% for Special Programs*) After age 24, they receive 50% tuition benefit (25% for special programs). See benefit grid below for further information. All tuition remission benefits end at the end of the semester in which the child turns 30.
|#||Employee or Dependency status||Under-Graduate||Graduate||Special Programs*|
|4||Part time staff who work 15 hours/week for 40 weeks/year; after year of employment||50%||50%||25%|
|5||Spouse/partner and Children (to age 24) of part time staff, after 5 years of employment||50%||50%||25%|
|6||Children of part time staff *** (age 24 or older), after 5 years employment||25%||25%||12.50%|
|7||Spouse/partner and Children (to age 24) of part time staff , after 15 years of employment||100%||100%||50%|
|8||Children of part time staff (age 24 or older), after 15 years employment||50%||50%||25%|
|*||For Example: Executive MBA; EMBA; ALL Doctoral Programs and the Law School, etc. Contact OSA for a complete list of Special Programs.|
|**||To the end of semester following 24th birthday; Age 24, or older for undergraduate degree only, if matriculation commenced prior to age 24. All remission benefits cease at the end of the semester following 30th birthday.|
A form must be completed each semester and when classes are added or dropped. The completed application must be submitted to Human Resources for approval by the date(s) indicated below.
|Fall semester||August 15|
|Spring semester||December 15|
|Summer I||May 15|
|Summer II||June 15|
If any deadline date falls on a day the University is not open, the deadline is extended to the first business day following the 15th.
The Office of Student Assistance (OSA) will send an invoice to the student for all charges. This invoice and the approved On-Campus Tuition Remission Application must be submitted (by the employee) to the Office of Student Assistance (OSA), which will credit the student's account for the amount of the Tuition Remission.
Employees must be in active status to receive this benefit. Should a change of employment class occur or if the employee separates from the University, they would be responsible for a prorated portion of the tuition cost as determined by the University.
The applicant must complete the Express TAP Application (ETA) to determine whether the applicant, spouse or child is eligible for TAP:
- If the Express TAP Application indicates eligibility, the applicant must check Part V(A) of the On-Campus Tuition Remission Application. If the Express TAP Application indicates eligibility, Pace reserves the right to reduce the On-Campus Tuition Remission award by the maximum TAP benefits allowed. Failure to comply with the procedures described herein will result in cancellation/revocation of the On-Campus Tuition Remission Application and benefits under Pace University's On-Campus Tuition Remission Program.
- If the Express TAP Application indicates that the applicant is NOT eligible for TAP, the applicant must check Part V (B) of the On-Campus Tuition Remission Application. The applicant should retain the Express TAP Application for his/her records in the event there are any questions.