Resources for University Staff
SPCS is pleased to offer personal enrichment and professional development opportunities and courses for University staff. We encourage you to take advantage of your tuition remission benefit and try something new!
Human Resources offers generous tuition remission opportunities for full-time staff employees. Review the University’s Tuition Remission Policy.
Benefits apply to staff members, their spouses or same-sex domestic partners, and dependent children. These benefits can be applied to personal enrichment and professional development courses from the Think Again catalog as well as for credit-earning courses (spring, fall and summer) from our degree programs.
SPCS offers a wide range of professional development opportunities that may be incorporated into staff members’ performance feedback and development plans.
- We offer many professional certifications that can be earned by taking one or just a few courses. Among the certifications are e-marketing, social networking for business, customer service, online teaching and supervisory leadership.
- We offer coursework toward ServSafe certification in addition to three other culinary certificates through the Center for Culinary Arts program.
- We offer professional certificates in nonprofit marketing, board development, grant writing and fundraising through the School’s Institute on Philanthropy.
- We offer interior decorating certificates through our Interior Decorating program.
- We offer course work toward Certified Financial Planner™ certification.
Leisure is an important component of workplace health and wellness. In addition to the Weinstein Center’s free fitness programming for Weinstein Center members, SPCS is pleased to offer leisure courses in categories like Fit-N-Well and Sports & Games.
In partnership with the Institute of Reading Development (IRD), IRD provides University faculty, staff, partners and dependents discounted tuition on reading development classes during the summer.
SPCS offers undergraduate degrees in Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Liberal Arts and Paralegal Studies. We also offer undergraduate* certificates in Information Systems and Paralegal Studies.
At the graduate level, we offer degrees in Education, Human Resource Management, Liberal Arts and Nonprofit Studies. We offer graduate certificates in Education (K-12 Teacher Licensure Preparation), Human Resource Management, Public History and Nonprofit Studies.
For professional development or personal enrichment, staff members may also enroll as non-degree seeking students in individual undergraduate or graduate classes** that have no prerequisites.
For more information about applying, visit our Admissions pages.
* Undergraduate certificates require an earned bachelor’s degree.
** Non-degree seeking graduate students must provide evidence of an earned bachelor’s degree.