The Graduate Advisor will correspond with you at your University email address.
(ie. started Masters in Fall 2019)
Students who fail to meet the requirements listed below, may be held responsible for the cost of the semester's tuition, and health insurance premium.
1. Students must maintain status as a full-time matriculated graduate student enrolled in nine or more graduate credit hours.
2. Students must surpass the semesterly earnings threshold, to maintain this benefit.
3. Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0+
Access the required earnings threshold at this URL: https://gradschool.utah.edu/tbp/tbp-minimum-support-amounts-and-deadline-calendar/
The 84-credit hour rule...
Under Tuition Benefit, graduate credit hours are always charged at resident rates, regardless of the student’s residency status. However, non-resident RAs who have exceeded 84 cumulative credit hours of coursework will receive a surcharge of the non-resident portion of their tuition. This condition will be apply in the first semester when coursework surpasses 84 credit hours as a University of Utah graduate student. The graduate student is responsible for paying any non-resident surcharges that are incurred due to the 84 credit hour rule. RA’s who have finished their coursework may register for 9 thesis hours ONLY to avoid being charged nonresident tuition.
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What term will this tuition benefit information and job classification apply?
+ Job Classification
+ Health Insurance