Presidio10K Race and Reception
The Presidio 10 Race and Reception was Sunday, April 13
Splash Swim 3-20-13
Human Resources staff at the Splash Fun Wellness lunchtime activity
SOE Meaningful Mile 4.14 (3)
The School of Education staff participate in the Meaningful Mile
Human Resources - Room 339, Lone Mountain Main
Human Resources - Room 339, Lone Mountain Main
Presidio 10 2014
USF Faculty and Staff at 2014's Presidio 10 Race

Tuition Benefits

USF offers two kinds of tuition benefits. The Tuition Exchange (TE) and Faculty Children Exchange Program (FACHEX); and Tuition Remission.


TE and FACHEX are reciprocal programs for dependent children of employees, offering undergraduate scholarship exchanges at participating institutions. FACHEX is for Jesuit institutions only (except for Georgetown), and TE includes over 600 other, participating private institutions (details can be found at

USF accepts applications for TE and FACHEX programs from September 1st to November 15th each year.

Application forms are located at:

View our TE and FACHEX overview for more information.

Tuition Remission

As part of USF’s comprehensive benefits package, eligible faculty and staff and their families can further their education, enhance their skills and pursue career development through USF’s Tuition Remission program.

Tuition Remission is a waiver of tuition and is available to employees and their eligible family members who qualify and are admitted for enrollment at USF. Employees, spouses/Registered Domestic Partners (RDP)/Grandfathered Legally Domiciled Adults (GF LDA) and IRS-defined dependent children are eligible for 100% tuition remission when they meet specific eligibility requirements.

The benefits apply to tuition only; all non-tuition expenses and fees are the responsibility of the student.

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