Tuition Remission Program
ServiceNet participates in the Tuition Remission Program sponsored by
the Massachusetts Council of Human Service Providers and
the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education.
This program enables eligible employees
to attend Massachusetts state-supported undergraduate courses at
any community college, state college or university, or the University of
Massachusetts, (excluding the University of Massachusetts Medical
Center), on a tuition-free basis.
For an employee to
be eligible for the tuition remission program, the employee must:
Be employed for a minimum of 30 hours/week by an Eligible Human
Services Provider (such as ServiceNet).
Independent contractors are not eligible for tuition
remission under this program.
Be employed in a position for which at least 60% of the employee’s
wages and benefits are funded by a contract(s) with the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts to provide Human Services.
Have completed at least six months of service with the Eligible
Human Service Provider at the time of submitting the Certificate of
Employee Eligibility for Tuition Remission to the employer. The
benefit is for employees who are working at least 30 hours per week
currently; they may have been working fewer hours previously.
Be eligible for tuition remission under any personnel or employer
policy of the Eligible Human Services Provider covering tuition
Have applied for an eligible Massachusetts state-supported
undergraduate course at a community college, state
college/university, or the University of Massachusetts. They do not
have to be in a degree program.
Further information please contact Joanne Spence in Human Resources at 413-387-1107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.