Eligible employee criteria for represented and non-represented employee categories vary and are based on collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) for represented employees and policy for non-represented employees as summarized on the following chart:
Overall, in order to participate in the Fee Waiver Program, employees must have an active appointment that is eligible for Fee Waiver. NOTE: Please check applicable CBAs for provisions concerning the appointment of part-time and permanent employees.
Tuition Fees Eligible for Waiver or Reduction
Fees waived or reduced under the CSU Fee Waiver Program vary for represented and non-represented
employee categories and are based on collective bargaining unit agreements for represented
employees and policy for non-represented employees as follows:
When enrolling in the Tuition and Fee Waiver Program, eligible employees have two options from which to choose: Work-Related or Career Development Plan.
Work-Related - Necessary for improving skills for existing employment within The California State University.
Career Development Plan - Enrolled in classes as part of an approved individual career development plan. Career Development Plan applicants must submit an application to the University and be officially admitted.
Note: Self-support programs are not tuition and fee-waiver eligible.