For eligible employees and qualified dependents, Lafayette offers three full-time tuition benefit options, as well as part-time tuition benefits at both Lafayette College and at LVAIC institutions. Applications for all programs are available in the Human Resources office or on our Forms and Resources page.
Part-Time Lafayette Tuition Remission: Immediate tuition remission is available for faculty and administrators, allowing them to take up to two undergraduate courses per semester at Lafayette College. Spouses of faculty and administrators are also immediately eligible for tuition remission, allowing them to take an unlimited number of undergraduate courses at Lafayette. Support staff have a three-month waiting period before being eligible for tuition remission benefits. Spouses of support staff have a three-year waiting period before tuition remission eligibility. Children of faculty, administrators and staff may take up to three courses at Lafayette during interim or summer terms, once the parent reaches eligibility for full-time remission.
Full-Time Lafayette Tuition Remission: Qualified dependent children of faculty and staff are eligible for tuition remission benefits after the faculty/staff member has completed five years of uninterrupted full-time service. Tuition remission is limited to a maximum of eight normal semesters of undergraduate study, plus three additional undergraduate courses to be taken at Lafayette.
Visiting faculty, interns, and their children are not eligible for part-time or full-time tuition remission benefits.
Qualified dependent children of Faculty and Staff members are eligible for tuition grant benefits after the Faculty/Staff member has completed 10 years of uninterrupted full-time service. The maximum grant allowed is equal to 50% of Lafayette’s tuition in the year of attendance. Tuition grant is limited to a maximum of eight normal semesters of undergraduate study, plus three additional courses to be taken at Lafayette. Tuition grant benefits are limited to a maximum of three dependent children per family.
Visiting Faculty, Interns, and their children are not eligible for tuition grant benefits.