Skip to body

Resources and Reports

CWUP 2-30-055 Education Benefits for CWU Staff Dependents & Retired Staff

Educating the citizens of Washington State is integral to Central Washington University’s mission. CWU encourages and supports its employees and their dependents to continue their education as prescribed through this educational benefits policy for staff dependents, CWU ROTC faculty and staff dependents, and retired staff. Pursuant to RCW 28B.15.915, CWU will waive a portion of the tuition fee for eligible CWU staff dependents, CWU ROTC faculty and staff dependents, and eligible retired staff to take courses at CWU. This policy does not apply to any other Washington state institution.

Contact HR with any questions about this policy and/or its related procedure.

All credit hours generated under this policy will be separately accounted for and will not affect formula entitlements.

Fees

A nonrefundable fee of $15.00 will be assessed quarterly to each CWU employee and CWU ROTC faculty and staff to cover the costs of administering the program.  For all other eligible individuals, the nonrefundable fee will be $30.00.

An individual taking classes under this provision will not pay student fees, other than those associated with a course.  CWU employees and CWU ROTC faculty and staff registering for more than eight (8) credits will pay per-credit tuition rates for all credits in excess of eight (8). Guardsmen, veterans, and non-CWU state employees registering for more than six (6) credits will pay per-credit tuition rates for all credits in excess of six (6).

All charges and deposits including special course fees beyond the basic tuition, operating, health, and service and activities fees are the responsibility of and must be paid by the individual.

An individual registering for course work under this policy is not entitled to receive student benefits (e.g., health and counseling center and other services and/or rates).

[10/02/2007; 03/30/2012 Responsibility: BFA; Authority: Chapters 28B.15.558, 28B.15.621, and 41.04.005 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW), Education Benefits for CWU Employees, CWUP 2-30-050; PAC (Policy and Procedure Separated 9/5/07); Reviewed/Endorsed by: Cabinet/UPAC; Review/Effective Date: 06/06/2012; 04/06/2016 Approved by: James L. Gaudino, President].

 

Take the Next Step to Becoming a Wildcat.

Admissions@cwu.edu