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Nadynne Stamps
Benefits Specialist
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stamps@brandeis.edu

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Tuition Remission for Employee Spouses

Spouses of full-time employees may enroll in Brandeis University undergraduate courses on a space-available basis and receive a 75 percent tuition remission. Courses may be taken through either the College of Arts and Sciences or the Rabb Summer School Program.

Employee spouses may take one course per semester, for a total of three courses per calendar year. A fourth course is possible if both summer semester courses are taken during both Summer School sessions.  Tuition remission does not extend to any registration fees or late and special-course fees.

Benefit Overview

Spouses of eligible employees may enroll in Brandeis University undergraduate courses and receive 75% tuition remission. Courses may be taken from The College of Arts and Sciences or The Rabb Summer School Program.

Eligibility

  • The student must be the legal spouse of a full-time employee employed consecutively at Brandeis University for at least 3 months.
  • Spouses of part-time employees are not eligible for this benefit.

Course Registration and Billing

  • Employees must complete a Tuition Remission for Qualified Dependent application, which can be found in the Office of Human Resources or online.
  • The same registration process for regular employees will be used
  • Spouses will also be considered as “Special Students” unless they formally matriculate in a Brandeis University degree program.
  • The student will be responsible for any remaining balance left on their student account

Please note:

  • Spouses may enroll on a seats-available basis only.
  • Employee spouses may take one course per semester, for a total of 3 courses per calendar year. A fourth course is possible if both Summer semester courses are taken during both Summer School sessions.
  • Tuition remission does not extend to any registration fees or late and special course fees.
  • Registration for the Summer School Program is done directly with the Summer School Office. Employees may contact the Program at x63424.