Tuition Assistance Program application period opens June 15

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Tuition Assistance Program applications for Fall 2020 will be accepted from June 15-July 15.

Fall 2020 applications for the Tuition Assistance Program at Augusta University will be accepted earlier than usual this semester. Applicants may submit a completed TAP application beginning June 15 through July 15.

All applicants must be accepted at one of the USG teaching institutions before submitting a TAP application. Augusta University employees and faculty applying for TAP benefits who are charged out-of-state tuition should apply for an Out of State Tuition Waiver through the Augusta University Registrar’s Office. This waiver can lower your TAP benefit amount, which becomes taxable for benefits that exceed the IRS threshold of $5,250.

This information may be found on your POUNCE Account under the “Student” tab. Click “Student Records” and “View Student Information” to see your “Residence” status. Please contact the Registrar’s Office at records@augusta.edu for specific waiver details.

TAP is designed to promote professional growth and development of full-time employees and part-time nursing faculty. Tuition assistance is the waiver of up to nine hours of tuition and certain fees per semester for employees enrolled in courses on the Augusta University campus and at other University System of Georgia institutions.

Potential applicants can make an appointment with TAP coordinator Jonathan Gibbs for more information. Visit the TAP website to learn more.

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Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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