Tuition Assistance & Bursary Benefit

As a community McMaster is dedicated to the pursuit of lifelong learning and skills development.  The Tuition Assistance and Bursary Benefits are an expression of that dedication and emphasize the University's commitment to the well-being of its employees and their families.

Although tuition may be waived, all procedures regarding registration apply.

     

 

 

 

 

Tuition Assistance Eligibility

  • Employees on a continuing basis for at least half the normal full-time hours,
  • Employees on a contractually limited basis for at least half the normal full-time hours for a minimum of one year, or,
  • Employees of a bargaining unit when a collective agreement specifically extends the tuition assistance policy to members.
  • Retirees are eligible for tuition assistance for McMaster courses only.

Tuition Bursary Eligibility

  • Tuition Bursary is available for the eligible dependents of McMaster University employees.
  • All employees who are employed either on a continuing basis or on a contractually limited basis and who work at least one-half the normal full-time hours and,
  • Have completed at least three years of continuous service to the University by the first day of the academic session for which the bursary is awarded, or
  • Employees of a bargaining unit when a collective agreement specifically extends the tuition bursary to members, and
  • Dependents of retired or deceased employees who met one of the above eligibility criteria at the time of retirement or death.

Tuition Assistance & Bursary Forms

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QUESTIONS?

  • For further information on Bursary or Tuition Assistance, please contact your HR Advisor or extension 222HR (22247).