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FACHEX is the acronym for Faculty Children Exchange Program,. It is sponsored by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. At Le Moyne College, all full-time faculty, administrators, and staff who have been employed for at least three years at Le Moyne college are eligible to apply for this benefit for their dependent children. Generally, anybody eligible for the full Le Moyne College Employee Tuition Remission benefits would be allowed to apply.

For details on the tuition remission, Tuition Exchange, and FACHEX benefits, please refer to the tuition benefits policy located in the employee handbook


The Tuition Exchange (TE) provides a national scholarship exchange program for dependent children of full-time faculty and staff among its members of approximately 450 colleges and universities.

The Tuition Exchange Program provides the opportunity for eligible dependent children to receive undergraduate scholarships at one of the member institutions (hereafter referred to as the host institution.) In exchange, dependent children of employees of other colleges and universities may attend Le Moyne College. Colleges and universities participating in this program have agreed to remit tuition for participants from other member institution. The primary obligation of a member institution is to maintain a balanced exchange pattern, a reasonable match between students "exports" and student "imports". The TE Program is a scholarship program, not a fringe benefit provided by Le Moyne College, the sponsor institution: www.tuitionexchange.org

For details on the tuition remission, Tuition Exchange, and FACHEX benefits, please refer to the tuition benefits policy located in the employee handbook

For details on the tuition remission, Tuition Exchange, and FACHEX benefits, please refer to the tuition benefits policy located in the employee handbook

Forms:

Process:

  1. Complete the appropriate forms: Tuition Remission Form and registration form
  2. Bring BOTH forms to the Office of Human Resources (GH 209C) for review and approval
  3. HR will continue the process from there - bringing to the appropriate office for registration, then to the Bursar for tuition remission to be applied