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Employee Education at UF

UF Employee Education Program

Full-time employees at the University of Florida who have been accepted to a degree or non-degree seeking status are eligible for up to six credits of tuition free courses per academic semester. The Employee Education Program form is not an application for admission, nor is it a request for registration; it is the request for university payment. Please read and carefully follow the instructions. Failure to follow these instructions may result in fee liability and/or late fees.

State Agency Employees

Full-time state employees who have been admitted to a degree or non-degree seeking status are eligible for a fee waiver of up to six credits of UF courses per academic semester. The State Agency Employee Tuition Fee Waiver form is not an application for admission, nor is it a request for registration; it is a waiver of course fees that must be turned in to University Bursar. To use the fee waiver, please follow these instructions:

  • Degree-seeking students must be admitted for the academic semester by the deadline before completing the employee fee waiver form.
  • Students wishing to take classes using the employee fee waiver as a non-degree student must first complete the non-degree application.
  • Proof of immunization is required before registering.
  • Once admitted to degree or non-degree seeking status, state employees must complete the employee fee waiver form.
  • Not all courses are covered by the employee fee waiver. You must consult the schedule of courses to verify this. Courses with a Y in the EEP column are generally covered by the fee waiver. Note: Some distance education courses and/or portions of course fees are not covered by the State Agency Employee Tuition Fee Waiver. Please consult the program coordinator for the courses you wish to take.
  • State Agency tuition fee waiver recipients who are not registered by the end of drop/add will be held fee liable for their courses and be assessed a $100 late registration fee.
  • Students must complete the employee fee waiver and turn it in to University Bursar in 113 Criser Hall before the fee payment deadline. Failure to pay all fees by the fee payment deadline will result in a $100 late payment fee.

State Agency Employees, Non UF

Full-time employees of Florida's state universities (excluding UF) who have been admitted to a degree or non-degree seeking status may be eligible to have their tuition and fees in enrolled courses billed to their employer in accordance with their employing university. This is not an application for admission, nor is it a request for registration. Below are instructions for state of Florida university employees (non-UF) seeking to attend the University of Florida:

  • Follow the guidelines for your employing university's employee education program.
  • Degree-seeking students must be admitted for the academic semester by the established deadlines.
  • Non-degree students who wish to take classes must first complete the non-degree application.
  • Proof of immunization is required before registering.
  • Arrange for a letter to be sent on your employing university's letterhead. The letter must be received by the close of business on the first day of classes for the intended semester. Refer to the term's deadlines for more information. The letter must contain the following:
    • Billing information (i.e., Who at the employing university should receive the bill?)
    • UFID number
    • The courses that will be paid
    • The tuition and fees, material and supply or equipment use fees that will be covered by the employing university
    • The letter should be addressed to University Bursar, Third Party Sponsor Department, P.O. Box 114050, Gainesville, FL 32611-4050
  • Register for classes on ONE.UF. Students who register for the first time after the regular registration deadline will incur a $100 late registration fee.
  • Pay the fees for which you are responsible, if any, by the fee payment deadline. You may have fees associated with registering for certain courses, such as materials and supplies fees. Failure to pay these fees by the deadline will result in a $100 late payment fee.