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Workshops will explain Johns Hopkins' three programs and how to get the most from them

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Learning is not limited here at Johns Hopkins to students. JHU offers employees and their families financial support for a number of educational options, including full- or part-time coursework, classes here or at other institutions, and undergraduate or graduate studies. But the parameters and requirements for JHU tuition programs can be confusing, so Human Resources is offering several workshops and an online Webex session to help explain the ins and outs of tuition assistance. They will be held:

  • Tuesday, May 14, at noon on the East Baltimore campus
  • Wednesday, May 15, at noon on the Homewood campus
  • Wednesday, May 29, at 10 a.m., a Webex session
  • Tuesday, June 18, at 6:30 a.m., 9 a.m., and 3:10 p.m. for bargaining unit members, during scheduled staff meetings on the Homewood campus

You can sign up online for the May 14 and 15 sessions or for the Webex session. Registration is not required for the bargaining unit sessions.

The workshops will describe the tuition benefits offered to employees and will include time for questions and answers. Tuition benefits are typically offered to full-time employees, and there are eligibility requirements and program limitations. Details are on the Benefits website.

The workshops will explore three types of programs:

Tuition grants will pay 50 percent of tuition and applicable fees for dependents of qualifying employees as they pursue full-time undergraduate studies.

Tuition reimbursement covers part-time undergraduate studies outside JHU for employees and may also cover part-time graduate studies for faculty and staff in outlying areas.

Tuition remission supports part-time graduate and undergraduate studies (including credit and noncredit courses) at Johns Hopkins for faculty, staff, retirees, and eligible family members.

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