Revised: October 2014
For specific information regarding the policies for grants-in-aid for academic and administrative faculty and graduate assistants, such as eligibility and fees, refer to the Board of Regents Handbook.
Military Science instructors are eligible for the same grant-in-aid benefit levels as are regular faculty. The Faculty Human Resources Department maintains a list of Military Science instructors that are eligible for grant-in-aid. The Military Science Department is responsible for notifying Faculty Human Resources of changes to the faculty.
Faculty and dependents of faculty may utilize the grants-in-aid benefit for courses provided through the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC). The grants-in-aid benefit will pay up to the maximum allowable per the policy for state courses. Additional fees/surcharges assessed by USAC will not be covered by the GIA benefit.