Tuition Support for Staff
Flint Campus Staff Members attending U of M-Flint:
In 1996, U of M - Flint Executive Officers established a central support fund as an enhancement to the Standard Practice Guide (SPG) 201.69 Tuition Support (click here to go to SPG 201.69) specifically for U of M-Flint staff members who attend U of M-Flint classes. Recently, some changes have been made to enhance and clarify the policy for Staff attending UM-Flint Classes.
The fund is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Eligible staff members are consistent with those outlined SPG 201.69.
Eligible staff members may receive up to 100% of in-state tuition and fees paid from central fund as long as funds are available. (Directly proportional to appointment fraction).
Eligible grade(s) are defined in SPG 201.69. Clarification.
Enhancement: Maximum of 18 credits per fiscal year (July 1 to June 30).
Clarification: Grades not eligible as defined by SPG201.69, must be change to eligible grades within 60 days following the end of class in order to receive tuition support.
In addition to the tuition support, the Marlene Borland Staff Book Fund was established to provide University of Michigan-Flint staff with funds to purchase books needed for completion of their undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan-Flint. For more information, please see https://www.umflint.edu/staffcouncil/marlene-borland-staff-book-fund
Staff members: Must complete the Tuition Prepayment Voucher and submit to their supervisor by the deadline listed on the form for each semester applying (see below).
Supervisors: Approve or disapprove employee’s class request and submit to Staff member or Student Accounting to meet the deadline on the application. You will be notified if the staff member does not receive an eligible grade.
Note: Fees will be assessed to the staff member for failing to follow all guidelines outlined on the prepayment voucher form.
Upcoming Deadlines are:
- Spring 2017 – Application deadline is Monday, May 8, 2017, 5pm
- Summer 2017 – Application deadline is Monday, July 3, 2017, 5pm
- Fall 2017 – Application deadline is Monday, September 11, 2017, 5pm
- Winter 2018 – Application deadline is Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 5pm
Please Note: Deadlines will be strictly enforced.
Questions regarding the tuition support program for UM-Flint Classes, please contact Student Accounting at (810) 762-3490.
Forms/Information for attending UM-Flint Classes:
UM-Flint Staff attending classes in Ann Arbor, Dearborn:
Eligible UM-Flint staff attending classes at U of M-Dearborn or Ann Arbor may receive 75% of the cost of instate tuition, plus registration fees, for up to 4 credit hours per term. Part time staff members with a 50% or greater appointment are eligible for tuition support proportional to their appointment fraction. See SPG 201.69 for specific details and eligibility.
UM-Flint Staff attending classes outside the University system:
Eligible U of M-Flint staff attending classes outside U of M may receive 75% of in-state tuition and fees paid from the central support fund as long as funds are available (proportional to appt. fraction). Part time staff members with a 50% or greater appointment are eligible for tuition support proportional to their appointment fraction. There is no maximum credit hours reimbursed, however, a maximum of $1860 effective 8/1/14, is available per term. See SPG 201.69 for specific details and eligibility.
Responsibilities for attending classes in Ann Arbor, Dearborn or outside of the University:
Staff Members: Submit the Tuition Support Form to Human Resources by no later than 60 days following the end of the semester. (If Tuition Advance is requested, must submit Tuition Support Form at the beginning of class (get exact dates). Grades and Special Payment form must be submitted to your supervisor prior to 60 days following the end of the semester for the reimbursement policy. Grades must be submitted to your supervisor within 60 days following the end of the semester if Tuition Advance was elected.
Supervisors: If Tuition Reimbursement, approve or disapprove final payment consistent with SPG 201.69 guidelines and return paperwork to Human Resources for processing. If Tuition Advance, notify Student Accounting if grade is not consistent with eligibility in SPG 201.69.
Any questions regarding this policy, please contact UHR-Flint at (810) 762-3150.
Forms for attending UM-Ann Arbor, UM-Dearborn or Outside Institution: