The Colleges of the Fenway HR committee is pleased to offer the COF Employee Cross-Registration program, which began in 2006.
Colleges of the Fenway offers cross registration privileges for current full-time, benefited faculty and staff of its member institutions as follows:
- Undergraduate courses are available for cross registration on a space available basis, and subject to the terms of this policy. Course pre-requisites must be satisfied before an eligible employee may enroll in a course.
- Eligible faculty and staff may enroll in one course per semester through this arrangement, including summer sessions. Eligible employees are those full-time, benefited employees who have completed one-year of employment.
- Employees must receive approval from their supervisors in advance of registering for a class.
- If an employee wishes to matriculate at any of the COF institutions, s/he must be formally admitted to that college, meeting all of the college’s regular requirements for admission and graduation.
- Cross-registration covers tuition and general fees only; any fees specific to a course will be the responsibility of the employee.
- COF institutions reserve the right to balance the number of employees that cross register between the institutions. If there is a significant imbalance, courses at a particular college may not be eligible or a particular school may have to limit the number of exports or imports, until the imbalance is rectified.
- The chief academic officers and the chief financial officers will review the cross registration figures each semester and determine if imbalances warrant addressing.
- The COF employee registration form must be presented at the time of course registration. Registration forms are available in your institution’s Human Resources Office.
- Each institution has its own specific approval process for employees. Please speak with a representative from your human resources office to learn more about the approval process on your campus.
- Taxation: Employees will be subject to applicable state and federal income taxes.