Tuition and Fee Waiver Program
What is the Tuition and Fee Waiver?
The Employee Waiver Program allows eligible employees to attend California State University (CSU) courses at reduced rates. The program is designed to assist employees in improving current job skills or in preparing for a new career. Courses are taken for credit, and the program does not apply to Open University, Professional Development Center, or Special Session courses through Extended Learning.
At California State University San Marcos, the Employee Tuition and Fee Waiver and Reduction Program is administered by Human Resources and Equal Opportunity. Questions regarding the program can be directed to Chris Quiroga, Tuition and Fee Waiver Coordinator at (760) 750-4414.
Guidelines for administering the Employee Tuition and Fee Waiver and Reduction Program can be found in:
Executive Order 712 - Delegations of Authority and Procedures for the Administration of Tuition and Fee Waivers and Reductions for the Employee Training and Career Development. Date: 1/1/2000(supercedes and updates EO 491).
Technical Letter HR/Benefits 2011-14 CSU Employee Tuition and Fee Waiver and Reduction Program (supercedes HR 2008-15).
Collective bargaining agreements (CBA) listed below:
In cases where provisions in Executive Order 712 are in conflict with the CBA, the CBA shall govern for employees in that CBA unit, except for the fee schedule.