Discussion in 'Juvenile Corrections' started by kevcc36, Feb 24, 2007.
When working with the DYS do they pay for state school tutition and if so much of it will they pay?
Similar to most other state agencies, DYS will reimburse half of your tuition.
Which region are you working (or planning to work) in?
Full-time employees shall be eligible for tuition remission as follows:
A. For enrollment in any state-supported course or program at the undergraduate or
graduate level at any Community College, State College or State University excluding the
M. D. Program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, full tuition remission
B. For enrollment in any non-state supported course or program offered through continuing
education at any Community College, State College or State University, excluding the M.
D. Program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, fifty percent (50%) tuition
remission shall apply;
C. Remission benefit is subject to space available and usual and ordinary admission
policies. It is also subject to the approval of the Board of Higher Education and the
policies and procedures of same.
D. A committee shall be established to evaluate the experience of this program and to
consider possible extension of the program and to make recommendations concerning
E. Effective July 1, 1997, spouses of full time employees shall be eligible for the remission
benefits contained in this Article and subject to the other provisions of this Article. It is
understood that any program of spousal eligibility developed by the Board of Higher
Education in conjunction with the Employer (HRD) require the subordination of spousal
eligibility rights to those remission benefit rights extended to full time state employees in
different bargaining units as well as full time employees covered by the provisions of this
Unit 2 Bargaining Agreement through June 2006
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