LEXINGTON, Ky. (Dec. 14, 2020) — Applications are now being accepted for the University of Kentucky Women’s Forum Employee Educational Assistance Award. This award provides a $250 reimbursement to eligible UK employees to assist with the cost of books and/or other materials, supplies and fees related to their UK coursework. This award complements the existing tuition waiver program for UK employees, the Employee Education Program (EEP).
The deadline for Spring 2021 applications is Jan. 18. Applicants must be regular, full-time employees (0.75 FTE or greater) and have submitted an EEP form. Please follow this link to find out more information regarding requirements and the selection process.
“I am deeply honored and humbled by the Women’s Forum for considering my application,” said a previous award recipient. “I cannot express how helpful this award is, especially after some unexpected expenses for course materials came up. I truly appreciate your support as I pursue my education and seek to grow further as a professional.”
To apply for this award for the Spring 2021 semester, please follow this link: https://uky.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_e5vcMOSPAoIXT6Z.
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