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University of Delaware

Tuition Exchange Applications for 2020-21

Reciprocal scholarship opportunity for dependents of eligible faculty and staff

University of Delaware faculty and staff can apply for the Tuition Exchange Program’s (TEP) 2020-21 academic year scholarships. Those interested in applying should do so through the Educational Benefits web form by Oct. 23, 2019.

TEP is a reciprocal scholarship opportunity for dependents of eligible faculty and staff at more than 660 Tuition Exchange, Inc. member schools nationwide, including UD. The consortium grants the TEP scholarships following an extensive review process including evaluation of academic standing.

If a scholarship is awarded, full or partial tuition is waived for a full-time matriculated undergraduate dependent child. A student may be granted a scholarship for up to four years. (Submitting an application and subsequent acceptance to a participating school does not guarantee that a TEP scholarship will be awarded.)

To participate, UD employees must work full-time and have a minimum of two years of eligible University service as of Oct. 31 of the year in which they submit TEP applications. Retirees who meet University of Delaware age and service requirements are also eligible. This program may be used in conjunction with UD's Tuition Remission program and counts toward the maximum two requests for that program.

To apply, log into web forms at www.udel.edu/webforms. Select “BEN Education Benefits”. In the menu choice, choose Tuition Exchange Program. (Dependent children may apply to one or more participating institutions). Additional schools may be selected by sending an email to hrhelp@udel.edu.

A scholarship lottery drawing for applicants will be held on Oct. 25, 2019 at 12:15 p.m. at the General Services Building (GSB) conference room. Attendance is optional.

For further information, please visit: https://www.udel.edu/benefits

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