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The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio is excited to announce the launch of the Education Assistance Program. This program has been designed to enhance the employee work-life experience by encouraging and supporting an employee’s decision to continue their education or engage in professional development opportunities.
Under this program, eligible employees who enroll in a degree or certification program may be reimbursed up to $4,000 per fiscal year (September 1 – August 31) for four years. To be eligible for this program, an employee must be in a full-time, benefits eligible position and have been employed with the Health Science Center for 12 months at the time of the application. In addition, the employee must be in good performance standing and not have been subject to any disciplinary action within 6 months of the application date.
Eligible employees will be required to complete an application, obtain department signatures and submit the application to the Education Assistance Committee. The committee will provide oversight for the program and will review and approve/deny all applications on a quarterly basis.
Details about this program can be found on the Education Assistance Program website. On this website you will find the plan document, application, FAQ’s and much more. If you have any questions about this new program, please send an email to EducationAsst@uthscsa.edu.
The Online Medical Education Spanish Course approved by the Deans Council is ready for our faculty, students and staff to access. We believe this is an important opportunity to improve your skills in a language that is very important for our community. The University purchased a site license so this opportunity is free to you. All you need to do is click on the link below to register for the course.
We encourage you to avail yourself of this opportunity.
Francisco González-Scarano, MD
Dean, School of Medicine