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JCCC Credit Class Assistance for Part-Time Regular Employees and Eligible Dependents

A part-time regular employee and each eligible dependent can receive tuition assistance (Johnson County resident rate) equivalent to the amount of up to three credit hours each semester for credit courses taken at Johnson County Community College, provided that the employee is employed in a part-time regular position on the first day of class. An eligible dependent for purposes of this benefit is defined as: 1) a spouse, or 2) a dependent child as provided under Section 132(h) of the Internal Revenue Code (generally, a child who received over half their support for the calendar year from the employee).

The part-time regular employee and/or their eligible dependent(s), may enroll at any time during the enrollment process prior to the start of each semester. The employee must complete the Tuition Assistance form (PDF) and should submit it to the Office of Human Resources no later than one week prior to the semester’s payment deadline to avoid being dropped for non-payment. If registering after the payment deadline, documentation must be submitted to the Office of Human Resources as soon as possible. Allow one week for processing before the award shows on the student account.

Tuition costs in excess of three credit hours per semester shall be the responsibility of the employee.

The amount of tuition assistance will be assessed at the Johnson County resident rate. You can check your residency status with the Admissions Office, 913-469-8500 extension 3731.

This benefit is intended to comply with the provisions of Internal Revenue Code Section 117(d) and the regulations thereunder.

Please see the Tuition Reduction Brochure (PDF) for more information.

JCCC Non-Credit Courses for Part-Time Regular Employees

Regular course fees will be waived (not reimbursed) for a part-time regular employee who enrolls in an eligible non-credit program at Johnson County Community College on a space available basis. The employee shall be responsible to schedule class and class preparation time, with the concurrence of the immediate supervisor, in such a way that it does not interfere with working hours or job performance. The employee shall also be responsible for the purchase of books and supplies for each non-credit course.

This benefit is intended to comply with the provisions of Internal Revenue Code Section 132(d) and the regulations thereunder.