You may now apply for tuition remission for Fall
2013 on the St. John’s University web site. Fall 2013
tuition invoices will be available to view online for all students
registered for Fall classes on June 24,
2013. All eligible full-time employees (staff,
administrators and faculty) requesting tuition remission benefits
for themselves and/or their children/spouse must log on to the St.
John’s University web site each semester to apply for the
Please note that for staff and administrators, supervisors are
not required to sign employees’ form to enroll in educational
courses. However, it is understood that tuition remission courses
for employees are intended to be taken outside of normal work
hours. In the event that employees wish to take a class
during working hours, they must secure prior approval from their
For additional information regarding the University’s Tuition
Remission policy, administrators and staff should refer to policy
#608 in the HR Policy Manual, available on the HR Intranet site or
the Employee Handbook. Faculty can obtain applicable policy
from the Office of Student Financial Services.
Click here for the instructions to assist you in applying for
Tuition Remission benefits.
Once you have completed the Tuition Remission application on the
web, the tuition remission benefits will automatically be credited
to the student’s account. The Office of Student Financial
Services will contact you only in the event that there is a
question regarding your eligibility. Tuition payment is due
onJuly 24, 2013. The student must log in
to their UIS account and pay their balance including any fees and
confirm their enrollment by this date to avoid a late fee. Fall
2013 classes begin September 4, 2013.
If you have any questions regarding tuition remission
eligibility requirements, you may contact Karen Crowley at Human
Resources Services at extension 1502.
For information on the application process, please
contact Ms. Diane Peck, Associate Director of Student Financial
Services at extension 5745.