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Policy Title:
Tuition Waiver Program for Supervisor of Social Service Fieldwork

Document Number:
1903

Effective Date:
May 09, 1963


This policy item applies to:
State-Operated Campuses
Table of Contents
Summary

Policy
Definitions
Other Related Information
Procedures
Forms
Authority
History
Appendices


Summary

Pursuant to 8 NYCRR §302.7, this document outlines the State University of New York’s (University) policy on tuition waiver program for supervisor of social service field work.


Policy

Pursuant to 8 NYCRR §302.7, the State University of New York (University) Board of Trustees has established a tuition waiver policy for persons providing service to the University as supervisors of social service field work. The University will be reimbursed for such waivers from the tuition waiver allocation for Supervisors of Social Service Field Work.

A.   The campus president, or designee, may honor tuition waivers for courses up to a maximum of eight semester credit hours per term for any person who holds a tuition waiver certificate(s), having received the tuition waiver certificate directly from the University for service to the University as a supervisor of social service field work. 

B.   Tuition waiver certificates issued to supervisors of social service field work are NOT TRANSFERABLE.

C.   Each state-operated campus of the University, regardless of the campus for which the service was rendered, will honor such tuition waivers.


Definitions

There are no definitions relevant to this policy.


Other Related Information

Tuition Schedule

Tuition, Fees, and Other Charges - Definitions


Procedures

Tuition Waiver for Supervisors of Social Service Fieldwork, Procedure for


Forms

Form A - Tuition Waiver Certificate


Authority

Tuition, Fees and Charges (8 NYCRR 302)

State University Board of Trustees Resolution 63-111 adopted May 9, 1963.


History

There is no history relevant to this policy.


Appendices

There are no appendices relevant to this policy.