Educational Benefits for Children
The College will grant children educational benefits to faculty and staff for their dependent children provided enrollment is in approved nursery schools and kindergartens through 12th year (or its equivalent in an American institution) in any bona fide educational institution at the preschool, elementary, middle, or secondary school level in Lebanon.
Terms and Conditions
- IC will pay for no more than one year of repeated work in a student’s career. Children who are repeating their class will not be granted this benefit for the academic year following their 20th birthday.
- Tuition means money paid for permitting the child to attend classes and does not include instructional materials, books, board, lodging, transportation or any other fees.
- The fringe benefits of partial reimbursement of tuition fees shall be extended to an employee, either the father or the mother, regardless of whether that parent is the sole breadwinner of the family, on condition that the benefit is not also provided by another agency or institution. In such cases I.C. will contribute its share of the tuition expenses with the other agency or institution such that the combined contribution does not exceed the relevant percentage of the tuition fee in the corresponding class at I.C.
- In case of a divorce, only dependent children under the custody of the employee are entitled to educational benefits.
- In no case will the educational benefits granted exceed those of corresponding classes at IC.
- A dependent child for educational benefits is defined as a child who turns 3 years of age by September of the given school year and has not reached the age of 20. The employee is the parent or the legal guardian of the child.