Fee Remission Eligibility, Title Codes, & Remission Types
Updated: May 7th, 2013
|Appointment Dates||GSIs||GSRs/Readers/Tutors||End of the 3rd week of classes|
|Fall 2013||8/1/13 - 12/31/13||8/22/13 - 12/20/13||9/13/13|
|Spring 2014||1/1/14 - 5/31/14||1/14/14 - 5/16/14||2/7/14|
|Types of Remissions||Eligibility||Title & Code||Fees Paid By Remission|
|No fee remission∗||
|Partial fee remission∗||
|Full fee remission∗||
|Full fee remission and nonresident supplemental tuition remission∗||
In accordance with Article 11 of the UC-UAW contract and the February 2002 Labor Relations memo on late Academic Student Employee (ASE) appointments (GSIs, AI-GSs, Readers, and Tutors), any ASE appointment, combination of ASE appointments, or combination of ASE appointment(s) and GSR appointment(s) that equal 170 hours can generate a partial fee remission, irrespective of appointment dates and percentages, and including combinations of eligible title codes.
Eligible GSR appointments can combine to create a partial, full, or full with nonresident supplemental tuition fee remission.
U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible for nonresident supplemental tuition remission only during the first year of graduate study.
Readers and Tutors are not required to be registered and enrolled. If they are registered, then they must enroll in at least 12 units, unless already advanced to doctoral candidacy.
Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) premiums are automatically remitted as part of the fee remission program for graduate students (eligible undergraduate GSI appointees receive Tuition and Student Services fees only) unless the student has a waiver of health insurance coverage on record at the University Health Services. If a student has a SHIP waiver, there is no remission for health insurance.
Only graduate students are eligible for GSR, AI-GS, Reader and Tutor remissions.
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