Graduate Programs Financial Aid

Tuition Reimbursement/Employer Assistance

A deferred payment plan is available to you if your employer offers a tuition reimbursement program. The Deferred Tuition Payment Agreement permits graduate students, who receive employer reimbursement, to defer payment of their tuition for a period of time not to exceed 30 days after the last day of the term(s) covered by the agreement. This is an agreement between the student, the employer and the College. The student should submit a Deferred Tuition Payment Agreement completed by both the student and the student’s employer. The form should be accompanied by a copy or description of the employer’s tuition reimbursement program. A copy of the Deferred Tuition Payment Agreement should be submitted each fall. Federal regulations require students to notify the college of any tuition reimbursement they will receive and that we consider these funds when calculating financial aid eligibility. 

Pages in Graduate Programs Financial Aid

  1. Types of financial aid
  2. Loans
  3. Student Employment
  4. Grants
  5. Veteran's Benefits
  6. You are here: Tuition Reimbursement/Employer Assistance
  7. How to Apply for Aid
  8. Forms
  9. Policies and Resources
  10. Graduate Programs Discounts