Bargaining Unit Unclassified Employees and Non-bargaining Unit Unclassified Employees who work twenty (20) or more hours a week and their spouses and dependent children at all Community Colleges. Waiver of general fund tuition, the application fee, the program enrollment fee, the college services fee, and the student activity fee for may be granted. In addition, waivers of extension fees for non-credit course (CE) offerings and for extension credit course offerings (summer and winter breaks) may be granted on a space available basis in the discretion of the CCC the employee (or employee’s spouse/dependent child) elects to attend and in accordance with the collective bargaining agreements between the board and the unclassified employee unions and guidelines adopted by the Chancellor.
Administrative Clerical (NP-3) Classified Employees with permanent status and actively at work (not on any kind of leave), regularly scheduled to work 20 or more hours per week, and having received a rating of “Good” or better on the most recent service rating. Waiver of general fund tuition, the application fee, the program enrollment fee, the college services fee, and the student activity fee for may be granted for up to two (2) for-credit courses (maximum of 8 credits) on a space-available basis at any college in the system during the Fall and Spring semesters only.
Full-time Community Colleges Employees - The application fee, program enrollment fee, college services fee and student activity fee shall be waived at all Community Colleges for full-time employees of the Connecticut Community College system and their spouses and dependent children.
Waiver forms may be attained through the HR Office, A203a or online.
The Center for Teaching offers a wide range of free professional development for educators, including on-campus workshops, speakers, and discussions, off-campus retreats and seminars, a web site and the WebCT site for the exchange of ideas and sharing of resources. The campus Teaching/Learning Consultant is also available to faculty and teaching staff who seek confidential assistance or need resources. In addition, Center for Teaching may underwrite the cost of materials and/or speakers for shared-learning experiences between classes or among faculty. For more information, contact Steve Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the CFT web site.