Benefits-eligible faculty and staff of The University of Texas at Austin, along with currently-enrolled students, are eligible for a discount on classes through the Center for Professional Education (CPE).
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The Staff Tuition Assistance Program (STAP), formerly known as the Staff Educational Benefit (SEB), covers the cost of tuition for courses found in the University of Texas at Austin official course schedule and is available for use in the fall, spring and summer.
There are a lot of learning opportunities out there for UT working professionals, but sometimes they carry a cost. To help cover that cost the University of Texas Staff Council in partnership with The President’s Office has created a grant program. This grant program may not be used for skills training. Instead, it is specifically designed for strategic learning and development opportunities. Find out more on the UTSC website.
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