Employee Education Program

Registration Dates for Employee Education Program

  Spring 2015 Summer 2015 Fall 2015


Assigned time tickets post

to myWings Tuesday, 

November 4, 2014 


Registration begins by time

ticket Monday, November 17, 2014

Assigned time tickets post 

to myWings Tuesday, 

April 7, 2015


Registration begins by time

ticket Monday, April 13, 2015 

Advanced Term Registration (ATR)

time tickets post to myWings 

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

ATR begins by time ticket
Monday, April 13, 2015

Regular registration time tickets
post to myWings Tuesday,
July 7, 2015

Regular registration begins by
time ticket Monday, July 27, 2015

Form Submission Deadline


January 15, 2015

May 21, 2015*

August 31, 2015


*Note: For new students taking only summer B classes, the form will re-open during the week of add/drop for that part of term. Only summer B submissions will be accepted at that time.*

Dates for other terms can be found on the Academic Calendar


Part-time salaried and full-time USPS employees, full-time A&P employees, and faculty, who have been employed at UNF for at least six months and are in good standing are eligible to participate. This program is not available to OPS personnel. Florida Residency Requirements must be met to be eligible. Resident Aliens and Non-Florida Residents must pay the out-of-state portion of their tuition. Students taking courses in Module terms are not eligible.


To participate, employees must be admitted to the University as a degree seeking or non-degree seeking student. Regular application deadlines and admissions criteria apply. For application information contact One-Stop Student Services at (904) 620-5555 or use the online contact form.


UNF Employee Education Program Policies

  • Full-time USPS employees, full-time A&P employees, and faculty of UNF may register for up to 6 hours of tuition-free courses with some restrictions.
  • Part-time salaried position employees are eligible to register for up to 3 credit hours of course work.
  • See the Employee Educational Assistance Program Policy for more details.
  • Students taking courses in Module terms are not eligible.
  • Participants may register online via myWings or in person at One-Stop Student Services, located in Ann and David Hicks Hall, Building 53, Suite 1700.
  • Tuition will not be waived for the following types of courses: thesis, dissertation, internship, directed individual study, non-credit, sponsored credit, audited courses, supervised research courses, Continuing Education offerings, and courses taken in Module terms.
  • The Employee Educational Waiver will not cover additional fees including, but not limited to, lab fees, the Wall Street Journal Fee, Week of Welcome Fee, Osprey ID Card Fee, Orientation Fee, Distance Learning Fee, or the state-mandated Repeat Surcharge and Excess Hours fees. 
  • The Employee Educational Waiver is included in "Estimated Financial Aid" on the student's bill. It will post along with any other pending aid and the student can assume that any remaining balance should be paid.
  • Failure to submit the form by the deadline will result in the student being fee liable for all courses for which they have registered.


UNF Employee Education Registration Procedure

  • Make sure you have been admitted to the University by contacting One-Stop Student Services at (904) 620-5555.
  • The Employee Education Form is available online in your myWings portal. Please click here for instructions.
  • Employees may register online or in person at One-Stop Student Services.
  • To register or check your appointment time online, visit Student Self Service located on the Students tab within the myWings web portal.
  • Ranking classes for fall semesters is not available during Advanced Term Registration (ATR) and will become active during the regular fall registration period.


Continued Participation

  • Individuals participating in this program must successfully complete all courses taken under the program to be permitted to participate during the following term.
  • For undergraduate students, successful completion means receiving a grade of "C" or better.
  • For graduate students, successful completion means receiving a grade of "B" or better.
  • Receiving an "Incomplete" or withdrawing from a course does not meet the criteria for continued participation.