Waivers and Guidelines

What is a waiver?

Similar to scholarships, waivers are used to offset college expenses, and don’t need to be paid back. A waiver is a dollar value applied to tuition, fees, or resident hall costs based on the type of waiver the student has been granted. Waivers are not refundable and will reflect no more than the actual charge the waiver is specified for. Waivers may not carry forward to future semesters, students must be eligible for the waiver based on the waiver qualifications.

Keep in mind that waivers are considered part of your financial aid package, which means that they may replace some or all of your financial aid eligibility. For example, if you’re offered $1,000 in government loans after filing your FAFSA, and are later awarded a waiver covering $600 of your tuition, your loan offer may be reduced to $400. In general, the combination of all awards cannot exceed your financial aid need.

Athletic International Student Waiver

Athletic International Student Waiver

Cultural Diversity Waiver

Cultural Diversity Waiver

Performing Arts Tuition Waiver

Performing Arts Tuition Waiver
Employee Waiver - Staff & Adjunct
 Tuition Waiver Assistance Application Form  
 Tuition Waiver/Full-Time Employees Policy
 Adjunct Faculty Tuition Waiver Application       
 Tuition Waiver for Adjunct Faculty Policy

Employee Spouse/Dependent Tuition Waiver

Tuition Waiver for Spouse/Dependent Form
Tuition Waiver for Spouse/Dependent Policy
Senior Citizen Waiver
Waiver Process
Guidelines/Application
Survivors of Firefighters, EMS Personnel, or Peace Officers Waiver
Tuition Waiver
Waiver Guidelines
Veteran's Dependent Waiver
Tuition Waiver
Guidelines/Use Form