Contract Employee Scholarship Program
Washington University in St. Louis is introducing a scholarship fund for basic services contract employees who work full time on its campuses. Employees are invited to take classes at University College, WUSTL's evening professional and continuing education division. This important new program will help employees earn a degree, a certificate or simply explore their interests in a stimulating academic setting. Learn more about the Contract Employee Scholarship program.
Half-tuition for Individuals 60 and Over
People 60 years of age and over may enroll for credit in most University College courses at one-half the regular tuition. Exceptions include Applied Music, Doctor of Liberal Arts, Independent Courses (i.e. Independent Study, Directed Research, Master's Thesis), Special Programs (i.e. M.S. Biology for Science Teachers), and courses in which enrollment is limited. This discount cannot be combined with the WUSTL tuition benefit, University College scholarships or military benefits. A birth certificate, driver's license, or other official verification of age is required at the time of registration.
St. Louis Area City & School District Tuition Assistance
University College offers classes at a very substantially reduced rate to city employees and public school teachers and staff: half the standard University College tuition, which already provides a very affordable path to a Washington University degree. Eligible city employees and school districts include:
- Clayton school district and city employees
- St. Louis City school district and city employees
- St. Louis County school district and employees
- University City school district and city employees
Washington University Employees
Washington University provides its employees and their spouses, domestic partners, and dependents with tuition assistance to foster their continuing education. Learn more about WashU's Employee Tuition Benefit.
WUSTL employees may have amounts not covered under the tuition benefit plan deducted from their paycheck.* Employees paid monthly can remit payment in 4 installments (fall or spring charges) or 3 installments (summer charges). Employees paid bi-weekly can remit payment in 8 installments (fall or spring charges) or 6 installments (summer charges). Please use the payroll deduction form to enroll in payroll deduction.
*NOTE: Balances less than $200 will be deducted in one installment. Balances of more than $200 can be deducted in multiple paychecks.