Faculty Benefits of Adelphi’s High School Program.
Check out the benefits of joining Adelphi University’s High School Program.
As of Fall 2016, the tuition remission benefit program will be discontinued.
- Approved teachers of the High School Program who accrued tuition remission credits before Fall 2016 can continue to use previously earned credits towards undergraduate or graduate courses at Adelphi.
- Credits expire 2 years after accumulation date earned. All credits will expire in Spring 2018.
All remaining benefits will remain in effect until Spring 2018:
- A teacher’s spouse/child(ren) can receive half tuition remission towards an Adelphi course for each class taught. Spouse/child(ren) are responsible for the remaining half of tuition costs.
- Teachers are eligible to earn up to a total of 60 credits maximum—30 credits maximum per spouse or per child. The total number of tuition remission credits given to a spouse or child (in the event that two parents of the same child earn tuition remission) cannot exceed the 30 credit limit. Voucher recipients cannot apply tuition remission towards more than 6 credits/semester or a total of 12 credits per academic year.
- To utilize these credits, voucher recipients will be responsible to apply for and gain admission to Adelphi as well as pay for a one-time only application fee, individual course fees and any late registration fees incurred.
- High school teachers should contact the Office of High School and Pre-College Programs to obtain a tuition voucher letter which is then presented to the Bursar’s Office prior to course registration for that term.
- Access to the University’s library resources.
- Discounts to Adelphi’s Performing Arts Center.
- Special invitations to attend on-campus programs and events.
- Professional development workshops and lectures.
Academic Honesty and Integrity
Students are expected to follow Adelphi University’s academic honesty and integrity codes. Academic integrity is fundamental to the pursuit of knowledge. All members of the Adelphi community are expected to abide by the Code of Academic Honesty and the Code of Conduct for Students.