The university has announced the Tuition Grant Plan for the upcoming academic year. Information about employees' and dependents' eligibility is available on the Benefits website.
Letters have recently been mailed to all faculty, staff, and retirees with current participants in the Tuition Grant Plan. If your child is continuing participation in the plan for the 2016–17 academic year at the college indicated in your letter, your signature from the Tuition Grant application is currently on file and you do not need to take any further action. A new Tuition Grant Plan application does not need to be completed unless you are making a change such as a student transferring to another college. Dependent children may participate in the program for up to eight semesters (or 12 for schools using trimesters) but may not participate in the program during any semester of the calendar year in which they turn 24. The tuition grant payment process begins in July.
Complete and submit the Tuition Grant Plan application that can be found on the Benefits website. Full-time undergraduate tuition and eligible fees are covered under the Tuition Grant Plan. Coverage may not exceed 50 percent (per parent) of Johns Hopkins' freshman undergraduate tuition, which is $50,410 for the 2016–17 academic year. The program does not cover part-time, graduate, noncredit, or remedial courses, or cooperative education programs that do not offer academic credit.
For more details on the Tuition Grant Plan, go to the Tuition tab on the Benefits website. If you have additional questions, contact the Benefits Service Center at email@example.com or call 410-516-2000.
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