[Office-of-research] GSR tuition and fee remission projections
bruce.morgan at ucr.edu
Wed Sep 28 12:03:37 PDT 2005
The Graduate Division recently announced the Fall 2005 Schedule of Fees and
Tuition. Due to the increases in fee and tuition rates and to ensure that
UCR proposals to extramural sponsors include a best estimate of future fee
and tuition remission costs, the Office of Research has updated the
escalation projections for Partial Fee Remission (PFR), Graduate Student
Health Insurance Program (GSHIP) and Tuition Remission (TR). These
projections are based on an analysis of historical fee and tuition rate
changes over the last thirteen years.
The projected rates and the escalation factors used to derive those rates
appear in the table below and will be posted on the Office of Research web
site within the next few days.
Effective immediately, please use these new projected rates for estimating
graduate student fee and/or tuition remission costs in extramural proposal
Please direct any questions regarding the projected rates or escalation
factors to the Contract and Grant Officer assigned to your unit.
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research
Office of Research
University of California Riverside
Tuition, Partial Fee Remission (PFR), and
Graduate Student Health Insurance Program (GSHIP)
Non-Res. or MBA:
Tuition Remission*** (Including Foreign):
Advanced to Candidacy
Partial Fee Remission (PFR): 13% escalation per academic year.
Graduate Student Health Insurance Program (GSHIP): 8% annual escalation per
Tuition Remission (TR): 6% escalation per academic year. Foreign and
non-resident graduate students are
charged tuition. Those who are advanced to candidacy are charged a reducted
rate of 25% of the regular
A Graduate Student Researcher must work 25% or more time to be eligible for
PFR and GSHIP,
and work 45% time or more to be eligible for Tuition Remission. The
perceptage of time worked
by a GSR is cumulative over all assignments. If a GSR works more than 25%
over two or more
projects, the payroll system will charge each account for a percentage of
PFR and GSHIP even
though the GSR may work less than 25% time on any one project. Likewise, if
a GSR works 45% or
more on all projects, payroll will charge each account for a percentage of
the Tuition even though
the GSR may work less than 45% percent on any one project.
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