Educational assistance is available through the following:
At Wake Forest: The University pays full tuition for up to two courses per semester for either:
undergraduate* study, or study in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.**
At Other Institutions: $5,495.26 ($2,747.63 per semester) for undergraduate* tuition and academic fees.
At Wake Forest: The University pays 94% for undergraduate* tuition and academic fees, if hired before January 1, 2014, and 80% for undergraduate tuition and academic fees, if hired on/after January 1, 2014.
At Other Institutions: $10,342 ($5,171 per semester) for undergraduate* tuition and academic fees.
At Wake Forest: The University pays 50% of the cost for undergraduate study, or study in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.** After 10 years of employment, Wake Forest will pay 66 2/3% of the cost.
At Other Institutions: N/A
*Applies if the individual does not hold an undergraduate degree.
**Graduate coursework is taxable.
After completing two years of full-time service.
Dependents are eligible if the faculty or staff member has either:
*If you worked at an accredited higher education institution at least two years immediately preceding employment at Wake Forest University, you may be eligible to reduce the waiting period to three years
The benefit is available upon the faculty or staff member’s hire date.
All requests should be submitted through WIN, under the WF@Work tab.
The North Carolina National College Savings Plan enables you to set aside money for qualified higher education expenses at Wake Forest University or other institutions. These expenses include:
You may open an account for yourself or a person of any age, including a newborn. Other relatives, friends, and certain organizations also may open an account and save for an individual’s college education.
Employer Code: 02429
A variety of investments cover a range of strategies, from conservative to aggressive. Select a mix to meet your objectives, time remaining until college, and risk tolerance.
As a North Carolina taxpayer, you may qualify for a tax deduction for contributions; there are no federal or state taxes on earnings.
Fiducius helps you navigate and determine your best option, including forgiveness and refinancing, based on your specific situation. As a faculty or staff member of Wake Forest University, you are eligible for this benefit if you have student loans for yourself or loans you’ve taken out for children or even grandchildren. Your spouse and other family members are also eligible to take advantage of this money-saving benefit for their own student loans.
Determine your eligibility, learn your potential savings and schedule time to talk with an Advisor about your next steps. Visit this site to get started.
Fiducius provides all education and individualized plans at no cost to you. Should you choose to enroll in one of their services, fees may apply. Fiducius will review this during your scheduled discussion with one of their advisors.
Wake Forest University Human Resources
2598 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 | P.O. Box 7424
AskHR@wfu.edu | P (336) 758-4700 | F (336) 758-6127
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