Get details about employee tuition remission benefit

Employees can attend an upcoming information session, hosted by experts from Human Resource’s Total Rewards benefits team, to learn everything they need to know about tuition remission benefits.
Get details about employee tuition remission benefit

As part of the Total Rewards benefits package, University of Miami faculty, staff, and their eligible dependents can receive tuition remission for undergraduate and most graduate degree programs. Whether you've contemplated exploring a degree program for yourself or for a family member, the experts from Human Resources have you covered. They're providing answers to some of your most frequently asked questions on the ins and outs of tuition benefits, and they invite you to attend an upcoming information session to learn more. 

Who is eligible to receive tuition remission?

  • Full-time faculty and staff members
  • Part-time faculty and staff members who meet eligibility requirements
  • Retired faculty and staff members who meet eligibility requirements
  • Dependent children and/or spouses of eligible employees

When am I eligible?
University employees are eligible for the tuition benefit the first semester following their first 90 days of employment. Dependent eligibility is based on the length of time the employee has worked at the University, and there may be additional requirements and limitations. Learn more about eligibility

Which programs are covered under tuition benefits?

With the exception of UOnline, and undergraduate programs at the Miami Law School and the Miller School of Medicine, most undergraduate degree programs are covered. In addition to traditional degree-seeking programs, many other credited, on-campus programs are also eligible. To learn about a program’s eligibility, employees can reach out to the program directly, or contact the HR Total Rewards team by completing the online inquiry form and providing a link to the program description.

Furthermore, the Division of Continuing and International Education offers programs that are covered under the benefit, including the pre-college credit options with the Summer Scholars Program. Other offerings, such as the non-credit professional certificate programs and select intensive language programs, offer a 20 percent waiver.

How do I apply?
Employees and their dependents must meet the University admissions requirements and be accepted into individual programs. Learn how you can get started today at

What if I still have questions?
Attend an upcoming information session with experts from HR’s Total Rewards:

Monday, Feb. 10, 12–1 p.m.
Medical campus, Jose Berrocal Auditorium

Wednesday, Feb. 12, 12–1 p.m.
Rosenstiel School, auditorium

Monday, Feb. 17, 12–1 p.m.
Coral Gables campus, Storer Auditorium

For more information on the University’s educational benefits, visit