After six months of full-time employment, employees, their dependent children and spouse are eligible for tuition waived for up to two courses (up to 8 credits or 240 clock hours) at a time. This does include courses in the limited access programs (criminal justice, fire, nursing, etc.) and courses toward the Bachelor of Applied Science degree. However, all courses must be taken on a space available basis. The employee must pay all fees beyond tuition including but not limited to application, registration, and special fees. If a grade of "C" or better is not earned, the employee will be responsible for repayment of the course(s) tuition. For more information refer to Board Policy #6Hx-18-5.76. To register for credit or non-credit courses under the Tuition Fee Waiver policy, please complete the Employee, Spouse or Dependent Waiver in Workday. The linked job aid, provides instructions on how to complete and submit a request: Employee, Spouse or Dependent Waiver
Dependents of instructional faculty, counselors and librarians may take up to four (4) Palm Beach State College tuition waived classes per semester. Dependents of CCP Instructors may take up to two (2) Palm Beach State College tuition waived classes at a time. If you are a bargaining unit member, please complete the Bargaining Unit Dependent Waiver request in Workday. The linked job aid, provides instructions on how to complete and submit a request: Bargaining Unit Dependent Waiver
All requests will route as follows: Employee submits > Benefits reviews employee or dependent eligibility > Student Records validates availability of the class according to policy > Student Account Services applies the waiver > Employee is notified through Workday.
Note: When completing either the full-time staff or bargaining unit request on behalf of a spouse or dependent child, you will be required to upload a copy of your most recent federal tax return (with the social security numbers redacted) reflecting that the spouse or dependent child was claimed on the return.
Staff who have completed a minimum of six months of full-time employment are eligible to receive tuition reimbursement under Board Policy # 6Hx-18-5.88. Tuition (not including fees) will be reimbursed for a total of nine semester credit hours per fiscal year for graduate or undergraduate courses, junior or senior level at a regionally accredited institution other than Palm Beach State.
All bargaining unit members who have completed a minimum of six (6) months of employment at the College are eligible to receive tuition reimbursement for a total of nine (9) semester credit hours during their contract year and three (3) additional credit hours during the summer for graduate or undergraduate courses at the junior or senior level. CCP Instructors are eligible to receive a total of nine (9) semester credit hours per fiscal year.
Courses must be taken at a regionally accredited four-year college or university, completed with a minimum of a "C" grade and you must not have received payment for the course(s) through other funding sources. An employee in a grant-funded position is eligible provided that it is permissible under the grant, and there are sufficient funds in the grant to cover the tuition reimbursement costs. Funds will be dispersed upon a first come first serve basis, up to the amount budgeted for the fiscal year. Please create and submit a request for tuition reimbursement in Workday. Instructions for completing the request can be found in this Knowledge Base article
Available to all regular full-time employees of Palm Beach State College as well as their eligible family members (spouse, as recognized by the state of Florida, or qualified domestic partner and adult dependent children over the age of 19). As a Palm Beach State employee, you are eligible for a waived application fee and 20% tuition discount on any evening undergraduate or graduate degree from Lynn University (including your MBA). Eligible family members can also enjoy a 10% tuition discount on the evening or graduate program of their choice. Classes are held online or on campus in Boca Raton.
For more information, please visit the Lynn University website.