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BYU tuition benefit can now apply to BYU-Idaho

Approval has been given to modify the University Personnel Tuition Policy to allow eligible dependents of BYU-Provo personnel who attend BYU-Idaho to receive the tuition benefit.

The following will apply:

  • The benefit will cover one-half tuition at the BYU-Idaho tuition rate.

  • The benefit is available fall semester 2003. (Yes, that is now.)

  • The hours paid for will count against the 152 maximum semester hour limit for dependents.

  • A reimbursement process will be used for the 2003-04 academic year. The student will turn in documentation from BYU-Idaho showing the hours completed to the BYU-Provo Benefits Office. After eligibility is confirmed, payment to the dependent will be made through BYU-Provo Student Financial Services.

    Please call Benefits Services at (801) 422-4717 with any questions related to this change in the tuition benefit, or visit the Benefits Office at D-240 ASB.

    Writer: Benefits Services

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