The Tuition Remission program provides a waiver of tuition for:
Tuition Remission can be used for classes at:
UNM employees with Bursar holds on their accounts will be ineligible for tuition remission, and they will be unable to register for classes until the hold is released by the Bursar’s Office. This applies to courses for academic credit as well as classes taken through Continuing Education.
The Tuition Remission Program is extended to:
The spouse or domestic partner of an eligible employee may receive resident tuition for up to four (4) credit hours per semester for UNM courses taken for academic credit (including graduate courses). The value of the Tuition Remission benefit taken by spouses for graduate credit and courses taken by domestic partners is considered taxable income to the employee and will be included as compensation on the employee's W-2 form filed with the IRS and subject to income tax withholding once per semester.
According to University Administrative Policy #3700, item 3.5.1, if the amount of tuition paid during the calendar year exceeds the published IRS maximum amount; the amount in excess of the IRS maximum will be added to the employee's wages as taxable income. For more information, please read the plan document.