Part 6 Subpart 6-15 Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University

6-1510. TUITION BENEFITS

Sec. 6-151001. Tuition Benefits for Full-time Employees.

  1. Full-time employees may upgrade their skills by taking Kendall College of Art and Design and/or Ferris State University credit and/or non-credit courses per semester at the University when such courses do not interfere with regular work assignments, provided they have satisfied course prerequisites, that space is available, that there is sufficient enrollment to hold the course, provided that a paying student is not displaced, and when appropriate administrative approval is obtained prior to such enrollment in courses.
  2. Tuition charges for such courses will be waived up to $1,440 per semester, provided that the employee continues active full-time employment throughout the term. The waiver extends only to tuition costs, and does not include other fees, books, etc.
  3. The tuition assistance benefit must be used within a specified semester. No carry-over or accumulation of the benefit will be permitted.

Sec. 6-151002. Tuition Benefits for the Spouse and/or Dependents of Eligible Employees.

  1. Subject to the provisions of this section, the spouse and/or dependents (as described in Sec. 6-151002(3)(a) and (b)) of an employee who is eligible for tuition benefits under Sec. 6-151001(1) to 6-151001(3) (an "eligible employee") may receive a tuition waiver of up to $1,440 per semester to be applied to Kendall College of Art and Design and/or Ferris State University credit and/or non-credit courses per semester at the University, provided they have satisfied course prerequisites, that space is available, that there is sufficient enrollment to hold the course, and provided that a paying student is not displaced. The $1,440 per semester is per family (including any benefit used by the eligible full-time employee). The spouse and/or dependent children are responsible for paying all course and student fees.
  2. Until the end of the summer semester 2005, and subject to the provisions of this section, the spouse and/or dependents (as described in Sec. 6-151002(3)(a) and (b)) of an employee who is eligible for tuition benefits under Sec. 6-151001(1) to 6-151001(3) (an "eligible employee") who were enrolled at Kendall College of Art and Design as of September 6, 2000, will continue to be able to attend any Kendall College of Art and Design course (credit or non-credit) tuition free, provided they have satisfied course prerequisites, that space is available, that there is sufficient enrollment to hold the course, and provided that a paying student is not displaced. The spouse and/or dependent are responsible for paying all course and student fees. Applicants for tuition waiver under this provision must complete the Federal Financial Aid Form (FAF) to determine eligibility for financial assistance.