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Employee Handbook
Table of Contents
Welcome to the Connecticut College Community!
College Policies
Employment Information
Benefits
Leave Benefits
Salary and Wage Policy
College Resources and Facilities
Leaving Connecticut College
Glossary of Terms
Hourly Administrative Addendum
Salaried Administrative Addendum
Campus Safety Addendum
Dining Services Addendum
Physical Plant Addendum
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 Study Privileges
 Tuition remission for courses taken at Connecticut College may be available to you, your spouse and your dependent children after you have worked at the College for one year.
 If you are scheduled to work a minimum of 1500 hours per year, each eligible individual in your family may apply for a maximum of three (3) courses per year. If you work a 1000 to 1499 hours per year, each eligible individual in your family may apply for one course per year.
 The following programs are available:
  • Special Day Student/Guest Student
  • Connecticut College Graduate Degree Program
  • Connecticut College Return to College Program (RTC).
  • Undergraduate Full-Time Degree Program (see section on Educational Benefits for eligibility).
 Provisions and limitations are:
  • Application and academic requirements and prerequisites must be met prior to enrollment.
  • The tuition remission privilege does not apply to Individual Study courses, Masters Thesis courses, or certain Education courses.
  • Special course fees are not included in this benefit and must be paid by the employee before the first day of class.
  • This benefit is available only when the required minimum of enrolled paying students is met and the maximum enrollment limit has not been reached.
  • Enrollment in a course does not imply acceptance in a Connecticut College degree program.
  • If you die while your spouse or dependent child is a degree candidate, the tuition remission privilege will continue as follows:
  Graduate Program: - through the four-year period from the date of entry.
  Full-time Undergraduate Degree Program: - through the five-year period from the date of entry.