Intellectual well-being is the ability to use the resources available to expand one's knowledge as part of their pursuit for lifelong learning.
ITS workshops continue to be offered at no charge to students, faculty, and staff at USD. For more information click here.
Faculty and Staff of USD may access library services of USD, SDSU, CSUSM, and UCSD. USD employees have both the Copley Library and the Pardee Legal Research Center available on campus. More information about library services can be found by clicking here.
The University offers a Tuition Exchange Scholarship program to eligible children of faculty and staff employees. The program provides undergraduate scholarships to more than 600 participating institutions. Scholarships are not fringe benefits; they are competitive awards. In addition to meeting the admissions requirements of the receiving college/university, some members of the Tuition Exchange Program have additional requirements such as higher academic standards or limit awards to just a few new students each year. Additional information on participating colleges and universities can be found at www.tuitionexchange.org. For more information click here.
The tuition remission program continues the University’s tradition of encouraging and supporting the educational development of its employees, their spouses, registered domestic partners, dependent children and dependent children of registered domestic partners.
The tuition remission benefit is for tuition only at USD. Application fees, student body fees, parking fees and any other fees assessed to all students are the responsibility of the employee, spouse, registered domestic partner, dependent child, or dependent child of a registered domestic partner. For more information click here.
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