Faculty & Clinical Affairs

Alan P. Marco, M.D., M.M.M., Associate Dean
Albert F. Painter Jr., Psy.D., Assistant Dean

Tuition/Fee Remission Benefit for Institutional Fully Affiliated Faculty

Definition
Institutional faculty are professional staff who are employed by affiliated institutions and whose duties are primarily academic and in support of the education of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine students and trainees. Institutional appointments terminate when employment at the affiliated institution ends.

Source of Funds
The Boonshoft School of Medicine designates $24,000 annually (subject to annual budget review) for support for all institutional employees educational benefits for Wright State University classes. Faculty members will be supported on a first-apply/first-serve basis. The fee remission is available for fall and spring semesters only. When the accrued maximum annual tuition and fee waiver level have been reached in any given academic year, the tuition and fees shall be the responsibility of the faculty member.

Tax Implication
The benefits derived from this program will be considered taxable compensation, according to IRS regulations. A 1099-MISC will be issued to the institutional faculty who use the tuition and fee remission benefit.

When the institutional faculty member is the student…

How many courses/hours can be taken using the fee remission benefit?
A total of eight credit hours per semester (fall and spring semesters only).

What is the tuition and fee remission benefit?
All tuition and fees are waived.

Are there any exclusions?
Classes in the School of Professional Psychology and the School of Medicine
Classes taught during the Intercession period

How do I access this benefit?
The institutional faculty member needs to complete a Fee Authorization Form and send it to Faculty and Clinical Affairs, University Park. Your eligibility will be noted on the form and the tuition and fee remission will be approved if funds are available. Approval requires a minimum of one working day. You must present the approved form to the Bursar to receive tuition credit.

When a dependent is the student…

Who is eligible?
The eligible faculty's spouse, or any children and step-children considered tax dependents for federal income tax purposes.

How many courses can be taken?
A total of eight credit hours per semester (fall and spring semesters only).

What is the tuition and fee remission benefit?
The dependent pays 20% of the regular undergraduate tuition and fees, regardless of whether the class is undergraduate or graduate level.

What is the highest degree that can be obtained?
Master's degree.

How is this benefit accessed?
The institutional faculty member needs to complete a Fee Authorization Form and send it to Faculty and Clinical Affairs, University Park. Your eligibility will be noted on the form and the tuition and fee remission will be approved if funds are available. Approval requires a minimum of one working day. You must present the approved form to the Bursar to receive tuition and fee credit.

Contact person: Stephanie Ours (775-2033 or stephanie.ours@wright.edu)