The spouse, domestic partner, and Eligible Children of an Eligible Employee shall be qualified to receive a Tuition Scholarship if admitted to the University and enrolled in a degree program or as a degree-seeking student with an undeclared major. This Tuition Scholarship Program is also available to students in programs such as Professional Veterinary Medicine, Teacher Certification, and Principal Licensure. The amount of this Tuition Scholarship shall be a fixed percentage of the undergraduate or graduate tuition that would be assessed to the student for regular on-campus courses at the in-state tuition rate, except for a student in the Professional Veterinary Medicine Program, whose scholarship shall equal this same percentage of the tuition assessed to in-state graduate students. This percentage shall be set by the President, but it shall be at least fifty (50) percent. Note that, in some cases, this Tuition Scholarship may be taxable income. Applications for this Tuition Scholarship must be processed in accordance with the requirements established by Student Financial Services and Human Resource Services for this program.
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