FAQs - Staff Tuition Rates
If I transfer my staff rate for tuition benefit to one of my family members for one term, can I use it myself the next term?
May I transfer my benefit to a family member to use at another Oregon University System institution? If yes, which form do I use and where can I get the form?
Is the tuition reduction I transfer to the child of my domestic partner considered taxable income for me?
If a combination of graduate and undergraduate level courses is taken, how is the staff fee determined?
My spouse and I both work for the Oregon University System. May we combine our staff fee privilege so that our child would receive 24 credit hours at staff tuition rate?
I am transferring my staff fee privileges to my domestic partner to take classes. Do I have to pay an imputed tax on the value of the benefit? If yes, how will this work?
My son and I both work for the Oregon University System. May I transfer my staff fee privilege to him for his own use, so he can transfer his staff fee privilege to his own dependent child?
Does the imputed tax apply to both same and opposite sex partners? I thought same gender partners were not required to pay state tax on the value of their partner's benefits.
I have a step-son and I personally have no custodial rights, but my wife does and we list him as a dependent on our taxes. Does he qualify?
As an employee, do I have to complete a form each term to request that my staff rate for tuition benefit be transferred to a family member?
May my child who is a high school student use my staff fee privileges to enroll in university classes?
Are there any exceptions to the requirement to have completed application for Staff Fee Privileges before the first day of classes?
Are staff members required to submit Staff Fee Approval Forms prior to the first day of classes when taking classes themselves?
Is educational assistance to family members enrolled in advanced degree programs or graduate level classes for credit treated as taxable income?
If I allow a family member to use my staff rate for tuition benefit, may I also use it the same term?