The College is a member of two national scholarship exchange programs for institutions of higher education: the Tuition Exchange Inc. (TE) and the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC). Through these organizations tuition reimbursement for the dependent children of full time college employees is available at over 500 colleges, most of which are private.
I am a full-time employee and my dependent child would like to participate in the Tuition Exchange benefit. What do I do?
An Informational meeting is held in September of each year for employees who have a son or daughter in their senior year of high school who may want to take advantage of our tuition benefits.
After the initial application process, each member institution determines eligibility criteria for students it “exports,” and also sets criteria, for those students who are accepted or “imported." Member institutions, according to their own criteria award TE and CIC scholarships.
The deadline for employees to submit Tuition Exchange Applications and the Tuition Benefit Dependent Certification Form for consideration for 2014-2015 academic year was October 11, 2013 (click here for export procedure). Applications submitted after that date will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Employees may review the Tuition Exchange Overview as it applies to the 2014-2015 Academic Year.