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Using your Employee Study Privilege or getting your GED

October 13, 2011

The Classified Personnel Council is proud to host an educational session called Furthering Your Education - Using Your Employee Study Privilege or Getting Your GED.

The session is free and open to all employees who are interested in using their employee study privilege or pursuing their GED.

The session will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 1–3 p.m. in the Lory Student Center, Room 230.

This session is intended to assist employees in navigating the system for using the employee study privilege or pursuing their GED. There will be a panel session with representatives from Admissions, the Transfer Office, the Center for Advising and Student Achievement (CASA), Human Resource Services, the Registrar’s Office, Online Plus, the Workplace English Program, and Front Range Community College which provides the GED preparation classes.

Following the panel session, there will be time for employees to talk individually to the representatives in attendance.

Employee Study Privilege allows current CSU employees who meet eligibility requirements to register for up to nine credits per academic year without the assessment of the student portion or total resident instruction tuition or general fees.

More information on study privilege.

In addition to the Employee Study Privilege, current CSU employees can pursue their GED at no cost to the employee. More information on the GED preparation program.

Contact: Farrah Bustamante
E-mail: Farrah.Bustamante@ColoState.Edu
Phone: 970-491-1992