Many employers pay all or part of tuition costs for employees, and, in some cases, employees' spouses.
If you hold a full or part-time job, check with your employer's human resources office for tuition reimbursement options. Most employer programs are reimbursement plans contingent on passing grades; therefore students/parents are responsible for payment of tuition and fees per the Temple University Bursar billing schedule on the e-bill statement.
If the student qualifies for Temple University tuition remission, either as a Temple University employee dependent or as a Temple University employee, Student Financial Services must be notified so that the benefit amount can be taken into account when calculating an offer of aid.
IMPORTANT: Students eligible for tuition remission may not also receive a Temple University merit scholarship or a Temple University Grant (TUG). It is possible a student may be awarded a merit scholarship or TUG prior to SFS becoming aware of their tuition remission eligibility. In that event, the merit scholarship and/or grant will be removed and the tuition remission benefit will be awarded at the eligible rate.
Tuition remission eligibility may result in a revision of previously offered financial aid.