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UAW Local 372
| 27 Jun : 11:16 | Category: Election
Run Off Election Results
(certified by the election committee of Local 372)
June 26, 2014
David Allen 62 ELECTED
Mike McCarthy 39
| 19 Jun : 18:05 | Category: Election
Local agreement vote results 70% yes 30% no
Local Agreement Ratified (certified by the election committee of Local 372)
*Reminder shorts in assembly start June 30, 2014
| 01 Apr : 10:08 | Category: Officers
| 14 Mar : 07:47 | Category: Officers
By Membership Action the General Membership July
Has Been Moved To
Sunday July 27, 2014
Special Time 11:00 a.m.
(Installation of Officers)
| 22 Apr : 14:01 | Category: Education
Website and Information;
| 14 Aug : 09:49 | Category: Education
GO TO-------Dashboardanywhere.com ------Development tab ----Tuition assistance
Tuition Assistance Plan Overview
Who is eligible?
Only active employees are eligible. An active employee is defined as one who:
Has achieved seniority
Is on temporary layoff
Is on Military Leave of Absence
Benefit Level The Tuition Assistance benefit level provides up to $5,000 per calendar year for jobrelated degree-seeking courses at nationally and regionally accredited universities.
Application Process TAP is designed to be a pre-paid program. However, when an approved school will not accept a voucher, the employee must pay the school directly and apply to the TAP office for reimbursement.
Reimbursement requests must be mailed. Tuition Assistance Application forms and other TAP-related documents are available through the Training tab of the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center website at www.uaw-chrysler.com. An online application process is being developed and will be implemented in June 2012. Until then, TAP applications must be manually filled out and mailed or faxed at least 21 days prior to the start of a class. Please mail to: Or fax to: UAW-Chrysler Tuition Assistance Program (586) 427-6747 2500 E. Nine Mile Road Warren, MI 48091
Approval Process TAP administrators will review your application. If your application is rejected, you will receive a letter from the TAP office that explains why. For approved classes, a TAP Voucher will be mailed to your home address. This voucher should be treated like cash or a check – it is your payment to the school for your tuition. Your voucher is not valid until you sign it. You must do so before presenting it to your education provider. If a class for which you were approved is full or cancelled, you may substitute an equivalent course. However, verification of course change must be sent to the TAP office.
Refunds that result from dropping a class must be returned to the TAP office. Covered Fees TAP benefits include payment of certain fees (such as technology and lab fees) Duplication of tuition or fees already covered by state or federal education assistance plans or programs is prohibited. The following are examples of reimbursable and nonreimbursable expenses: Reimbursable expenses:
Registration fees Non-reimbursable expenses:
Supplies, equipment, products or materials
Late registration or add/drop fees
Transportation or parking fees
Student ID fees
Test or examination fees
Payment Process When you register for your approved courses, it is your responsibility to provide the TAP Voucher to the school. This authorizes the school to invoice TAP and insures that payment will be made. It is also your responsibility to follow up with the bursar’s or accounts payable office at your school to ensure that the TAP office has been billed for the class.
The TAP Voucher will expire 120 days after the completion date of the class. Within 60 days of the end of the school term, you must verify completion of your class(es) and submit a grade report. Future TAP eligibility may be affected by failure to do so. If you choose not to attend classes for which you were approved, write “Void” on the TAP Voucher and send it to the TAP office. The approved amount will be re-applied to your benefits.
School Eligibility All educational institutions and job-related degree-seeking programs must be approved by UAW-Chrysler TAP administrators. The schools must be accredited by a nationally or regionally recognized agency.
The National Training Center has the authority and discretion to interpret the terms of the Plan under the provisions of the Memorandum of Understanding on Joint activities (M-9). This authority includes, but is not limited to, the authority and discretion to approve schools and courses under the Plan and to issue guidelines interpreting the Plan.
| 07 May : 11:00 | Category: Officers
Did you know that being a member of UAW Local 372 active or retired entitles you to rent the local hall for a discount!
Hall Rental $300.00 plus $100.00 refundable deposit.
Contact Tammy Patrick @ 734-676-9060 ext. 12