Employer Top Tuition Assistance/Reimbursement Programs

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by AsianStew, May 21, 2022.

  1. AsianStew

    AsianStew Moderator Staff Member

    So, I was digging for companies that have "good" tuition assistance or reimbursement programs for any type of employee, from full time to part time, entry level to entry management, etc. Here's a list of 50 of them...

    Which employers (on or not on the list) would you go for? Amazon is on my personal list as they provide WFH options, I believe some of the others will also provide WFH too...

    Link: 50 Companies with Amazing Tuition Reimbursement Programs - Scholly (myscholly.com)

    TEKMAN Semper Fi!

    The problem most people don't want to go to school while working. Citi reimburses $5,250.00 per year, I am the only one in my entire team (~150) attending college while working.
  3. AsianStew

    AsianStew Moderator Staff Member

    The following has Youtube videos and I've reviewed them all, some options to select from...
    Amazon: Greatest range of degree options to select from, IT, Healthcare, etc...
    Chipotle: Awesome for high school, adults going for associates and bachelors

    McDonalds: Same as Chipotle, in the video, it shows two examples
    A manager who didn't have high school or college, he's using this to get there
    Another who is using McDonalds and ACE options to get an Associates degree

    PizzaHut: Excelsior students get 51% off tuition (same price as Active duty members)
    Link shows $250/credit: https://www.excelsior.edu/partner/pizza-hut/
    Starbucks: ASU partnership, interesting range of programs to select from

    TEKMAN Semper Fi!

    I did that, I completed my Bachelor of Science in Computer Science while I served active duty in the United States Marine Corps. Between 2004 to 2006, DoD reimbursed $4,200.00 for Active Duty Marines; I walked out of Troy University with $2,000.00 out of my pocket for books and supplies, but I think I got at least $700.00 for selling my books back.
  5. ArielB

    ArielB Member

    I believe ASU now has a 100% tuition free partnership with Uber as well. As an aside, there were a LOT of Starbucks employees in my classes taking advantage of the generous partnership.
    Vicki and TEKMAN like this.

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