April 29, 2011
You may now apply for tuition remission for
Summer 2011 on the St. John’s University web site.
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 supervisor.
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.
Once you have completed the Tuition Remission
application on the web, the student’s account will automatically be
credited. The Office of Student Financial Services
will contact you only in the event that there is a question.
If you have any questions regarding tuition remission
eligibility requirements, you may contact Patricia Dorrian at Human
Resources Services at extension 8191.
For information on the application process, please
contact Ms. Diane Peck, Associate Director of Student Financial
Services at extension 5745.
STEPS FOR APPLYING FOR TUITION REMISSION
BENEFITS ON THE WEB
At the St. John's University website:
STEP 1 Click on
STEP 2 - Enter your USER ID – X:
STEP 3 – Enter your PIN – If
you have a problem with your PIN#, follow the instructions on the
Login page to reset your pin.
- Click on
STEP 4 - Click on Employee
STEP 5 - Click on Benefits and
STEP 6- Click on Tuition Remission
At this time, you are in the tuition remission
- Note that the employee’s name, identification number, and
budget number are populated automatically.
- Indicate employee's position held.
- Indicate for whom benefits are sought.
- Indicate for which semester benefits are sought.
- You can only apply for benefits for one person at a time. If
you are applying for more than one dependent, you must complete the
process more than once.