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Interested in Tuition Exchange?

Faculty and staff,  who have dependents planning to enroll in college in fall 2016 and want to take advantage of Tuition Exchange, need to contact human resources by Monday, Oct. 5.

In addition to Elon’s existing tuition remission program which allows qualified dependents to enroll here at Elon, the university is also a member of Tuition Exchange Inc., which offers Elon faculty and staff dependents the opportunity to study at other institutions with a waiver of some or all of their tuition. Tuition Exchange, Inc. includes more than 640 participating colleges and universities and is the largest such consortium in the United States. You can find a complete list of institutions participating in Tuition Exchange here.
If you attended one of two information sessions about Tuition Exchange held in the spring and indicated your interest at that time, you don’t need to do anything else.  If you were not able to attend one of the information sessions this past spring, have a dependent who plans to enroll in college in fall 2016, and are interested in the Tuition Exchange program, please send an email to Stephanie Page by Monday, Oct. 5, and provide the name of your dependent. Remember that to be eligible for participation in the Tuition Exchange program, you must have completed four or more years of full-time service by Sept.1 of the academic year in which your dependent plans to enroll in college. 
Please note that policies governing Tuition Exchange programs vary among institutions. You are encouraged to explore the specific policies of each institution in which you have an interest.


Roselee Papandrea Taylor,
9/25/2015 11:25 AM