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Forms

CHANGE FORMS

REGISTRATION AND RELATED FORMS

  • Drop/Add (msword) (pdf)
    • You may only use a Drop/Add Form to add to or drop a course from an existing registration. For initial registration, you must either register online or utilize paper forms.
  • Incomplete Grade Agreement (msword) (pdf)
  • Non-Matriculated Graduate Registration (msword) (pdf)
  • Non-Matriculated Graduate Financial Statement (msword) (pdf)
  • Non-Matriculated Student Payment Agreement
    • You (even if you are a UR employee) must complete a Payment Agreement each time you register; in essence, it says that you are responsible for any tuition and/or fees not covered by your employer, a third-party payee or loan monies.

UR EMPLOYEE TUITION WAIVERS

PLEASE NOTE: All forms may now be sent directly to Lori Paradiso in the Tuition Benefits Office (Brooks Landing, PO Box 278955) without Registrar Certification. Be sure to keep a copy for your records. (Should you need to fax the forms, the number is 585.276.2783.)

  • For Employees Taking Classes at U of R(msword) (pdf)
    IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding taxation for University of Rochester faculty and staff enrolled in Graduate Courses:
    For taxable tuition assistance benefits received under the Tuition Benefits Plan, applicable Federal and State income taxes and FICA taxes (approximately 40.32% of the taxable tuition amount, as of October 2011) will be deducted from your paycheck when the waiver is approved. In addition, the taxable income will be reflected on your W-2 for the calendar year when the actual tuition benefit is posted to your student account. If you wish to manually calculate how much tax will be withheld from your paycheck(s), please see the “Graduate Tuition Assistance Benefits Taxation Worksheet” available online at www.rochester.edu/benefits/tuition. (Ordinarily, employer-provided graduate tuition assistance benefits that exceed $5,250 are taxable wages, while benefits up to $5,250 are not taxable. However, certain job-related education is not taxable over $5,250. Please visit www.rochester.edu/benefits/tuition for detailed information, including a flow chart that may assist you in determining whether graduate tuition assistance benefits are taxable.)
     
  • For Employees Taking Classes at Other Schools (msword) (pdf)
    IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding taxation for University of Rochester faculty and staff enrolled in Graduate Courses:
    For taxable tuition assistance benefits received under the Tuition Benefits Plan, applicable Federal and State income taxes and FICA taxes (approximately 40.32% of the taxable tuition amount, as of October 2011) will be deducted from your paycheck when the waiver is approved. In addition, the taxable income will be reflected on your W-2 for the calendar year when the actual tuition benefit is posted to your student account. If you wish to manually calculate how much tax will be withheld from your paycheck(s), please see the “Graduate Tuition Assistance Benefits Taxation Worksheet” available online at www.rochester.edu/benefits/tuition. (Ordinarily, employer-provided graduate tuition assistance benefits that exceed $5,250 are taxable wages, while benefits up to $5,250 are not taxable. However, certain job-related education is not taxable over $5,250. Please visit www.rochester.edu/benefits/tuition for detailed information, including a flow chart that may assist you in determining whether graduate tuition assistance benefits are taxable.)
     
  • For Spouses/Domestic Partners of U of R Employees (msword) (pdf)
    IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding taxation for University of Rochester faculty and staff whose spouses/domestic partners are enrolled in Graduate Courses:
    You, as the employee “will have imputed income equal to the value of the tuition benefit provided by the University for graduate courses.” (Translation: the amount of benefit the UR gives your spouse/domestic partner for his/her tuition will be considered additional income for you, and you will be taxed accordingly.) Applicable Federal and State income taxes and FICA taxes (approximately 40.32% of the tuition amount as of October 2011) will be deducted from your paycheck when the waiver is approved and the taxable income will be reflected on your W-2 for the calendar year when the actual tuition credit is posted to your spouse’s/domestic partner’s account.
     
  • For Dependents of U of R Employees (msword) (pdf)
    NOTE: Dependent Tuition Waivers only apply to undergraduate courses. For eligibility requirements and other information, go to the Tuition Benefits website: www.rochester.edu/benefits/tuition.
     
  • Certification/Recertification Reimbursement Form

OTHER MISCELLANEOUS FORMS

  • Enrollment/Degree Verification Request(msword) (pdf)
  • Fingerprint Information (pdf)