Tuition Waivers for Employees,
Spouses of Employees and
The University extends the employment benefit of a tuition waiver as established through
Board Policy 440.1.
The administration of this employee benefit at the Fayetteville campus is defined in
Fayetteville Policies and Procedures 512.0.
Employee Tuition Waiver Chart
provides a Definition of Terms regarding eligibility and details regarding waivers for Employees and Spouse or Dependents
effective May 1, 2017, and exceptions to the current policy per
UA Systemwide Policies and Procedures 445.1.
As of Fall 2020, we have implemented an acceptance deadline for all employee and spouse/dependent waivers. They are as follows:
Waiver forms for a term will not be accepted past that term's due date.
- Fall Term: October 15
- Spring Term: March 15
- Summer Term: July 31
For employees taking classes during the Summer 2022 term, registration will begin on April 25, 2022 and for the Spring 2022 term, registration will begin on November 22, 2021. If an exception to the registration period is required for your degree program, please contact your college representative.
Complete the online form and submit it to the Treasurer's Office. Payroll
deduction is available for Fayetteville Campus employees to pay the
remaining balance after the discount is applied. Please refer to the
Payroll Deduction page
for more information. If you have any questions
on completing the form, contact the Treasurer's Office. The retiree dependent form
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The University of Arkansas Staff Senate provides a scholarship to
at least one full-time University of Arkansas staff member wishing
to attend classes to assist in employee development through higher
education. Employees wishing to take classes are encouraged to visit
Staff Senate website
for additional information regarding this scholarship. The scholarship
application is available on-line from their website. This scholarship
is not available for spouse/dependents and is granted based on funds
available to the program.
As mandated by federal law, the university may be required to withhold or report applicable taxes
on the value of educational benefits.
NOTE: Waivers will not post for the spring term until
January of the year the term begins to limit amount of taxable benefit for that calendar year.