This information applies to employees using the tuition assistance benefit.
Visit Employee Services for complete step-by-step instructions, forms and deadlines.
Note: Dependents of employees are only eligible to use the benefit at the employee’s campus of employment. Beginning Fall 2017, the Intercampus Dependent Tuition Benefit Pilot Program terms apply.
Nondegree students must term-activate in MyCUInfo before registration each semester. You will not be able to term-activate until your nondegree application is processed and you have matriculated. You are encouraged to term-activate before the semester begins. Degree-seeking students will automatically be term-activated.
You are now term-activated. You will need to term-activate every semester as long as you are a nondegree student.
Employees using the benefit must register on the first day of class, not before. If you register or are waitlisted before the first day of class (or if you register before, then drop and re-add on the first day of class), you will be assessed full tuition and fees. Courses must be listed on the Tuition Assistance Benefit Form and must be eligible for the benefit otherwise tuition assistance cannot be applied (faculty/staff only, does not apply to dependents).
Register in MyCUInfo. You will need an IdentiKey in order to log in to MyCUInfo. Call OIT at 5-HELP for assistance. If you have questions about the registration process, visit the Office of the Registrar.
Dependents seeking a degree can enroll in undergraduate or graduate courses (Option A under the pilot program starting Fall 2017) during their assigned enrollment appointment in MyCUInfo. Nondegree dependents can enroll during open enrollment. See the Academic Calendar for exact dates and add/drop deadlines.
Starting Fall 2017, dependents using Option B of the benefit can only register for undergraduate, non-extended studies, credit-bearing classes.