Here’s what you need to know about reimbursement of professional fees

If you are required to maintain a certification or license in order to perform your academic duties, you may be eligible for reimbursement of some or all of your licensing or certification fees (Article 22.12.2).

Claims for reimbursement must be submitted between November 1 and December 1, 2016.

What you need to know:

  • Claim forms and Guidelines for reimbursement are available online
  • Eligible fees are those paid during the 12-month period of December 1, 2015, to November 30, 2016, to maintain certifications or licenses required to perform your academic duties.
  • You must include receipts.
  • You must include supporting documentation (letter of appointment or standards for renewal, tenure or promotion) with your first claim.
  • Claims may be submitted electronically to or in hard copy to the USFA Office, Room 20 Education Building.
  • After all claims are received, available financial resources are allocated as a proportion of the total amount claimed.
  • Allocations will be made either directly to you or to your APEF account.
  • USFA members who are practicing physicians in the College of Medicine are not eligible.

Questions? Simply let us know in a reply to this email and someone will contact you.