Marshall University provides tuition benefits to regular employees and their dependent children. Regular employees who have completed their initial probationary period are eligible to apply for tuition waivers and financial assistance. Employees may be permitted to enroll for classes during regularly scheduled work hours. Certain conditions apply.
- Employee Benefits – Regular employees who have completed their initial probationary period are eligible to apply for tuition waivers and financial assistance. Employees may also be permitted to enroll for classes during regularly scheduled work hours. Assistance is offered through the Classified Staff Council and the Graduate College.
- Dependent Children – Dependent Children tuition assistance allows dependent children to obtain an Undergraduate college degree at a significantly reduced cost for children under the age of 26. This is offered through the Employee Tuition Assistance Program.
Classified Staff Council
It is the intent of Classified Staff Council to ensure our employees have the opportunity to further their education by offering tuition benefit/assistance to them as funding is made available.
The Marshall University Graduate Tuition Benefit program provides tuition assistance for a limited number of Marshall University graduate students and Marshall University full-time faculty and staff employees. The awarding of benefits is extremely competitive and is determined by financial need and academic performance.
Dependent Children Benefits
Employee Tuition Assistance Program
The purpose of this program is to allow students who are dependent children of Marshall University employees to obtain a college degree at the University at a significantly reduced cost to the student and the student’s family. The Employee Tuition Assistance Program will provide a tuition remission benefit to all qualified dependent children of eligible University employees.