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Reduced Fee (Tuition) for Employees

Summary: Educational benefits for UC Irvine staff include a reduction of fees for eligible UC degree programs as well as discounts for classroom courses offered by UNEX.

The program details can be found in:

  • A regular status employee who meets the admission requirements of the University is eligible for two-thirds reduction of both the University Registration Fee and the Educational Fee when enrolled in regular session degree courses of up to 9 units or 3 courses per quarter or semester, whichever provides the greater benefit to the employee.
  • Employees who are eligible to receive reduced fees under this policy are not eligible to receive an additional reduction in fees under the Policy and Procedures Concerning Part-Time Study.
  • The Reduced Fee program does not apply to University Extension courses -

How to apply for reduced fees

Degree programs

Application form

University Extension (UNEX) courses
  • UC Reduced Fee Program as outlined above does not apply to UNEX courses.
  • UNEX has its own 50% discount for staff and applies only to in-classroom courses and if the course does not have a 100% enrollment of paying students
  • University Extension Discounts
  • UNEX Reduced Fee application form - UCI Faculty and Staff
  • UNEX Access UCI Program - Study UCI undergraduate and graduate courses through Access UCI, also known as concurrent enrollment, without formal admission to the university. No UCI discounts available for these courses.

Additional resources

For more information refer to the Training and Development main menu.

Need an expert? Please contact the Training and Development staff in Human Resources.

Notice: University policies, procedures and applicable collective bargaining agreements shall supersede information in this document or elsewhere on this site.

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