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What You Need to Know About Tuition Abatement
Do you have questions about the University of Hartford’s tuition abatement benefit? This quick guide may provide you with the answers you need:
- Tuition abatement is a benefit provided to full-time and part-time employees at the University of Hartford. It also is available to the spouses and children of full-time university employees. Part-time employees may receive this benefit for themselves only; it is not available to members of their families.
- The tuition abatement benefit is available for credit courses offered at the University of Hartford, and covers only the cost of tuition.
- Tuition abatement recipients are not eligible to receive any other university administered non-need or need-based scholarships or grants. A recipient of tuition abatement may file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for a federal Pell Grant and/or federal Stafford Loan.