15 Companies That Will Help Pay Your College Tuition
While the retail giant's College Achievement Plan is certainly remarkable, Starbucks isn't the only company that offers great tuition assistance.
We compiled a list of companies that offer some of the most generous tuition reimbursement plans to their employees. Here's a look:
AT&T provides up to $5,250 in annual tuition aid for full-time employees. They can be reimbursed up to $20,000 for courses leading to an undergraduate degree and $25,000 for courses leading to a graduate degree.
Bank of America reimburses employees up to $5,250 for job-related courses or to fulfill a job-related degree program.
Boeing provides educational assistance for up to $3,000.
Best Buy provides up to $3,500 a year for undergraduate studies and $5,250 for graduate-level coursework through its Tuition Assistance Program.
Chevron offers tuition reimbursement for up to 75% of employees' educational pursuits.
Disney has a tuition assistance program that provides employees up to $700 per credit unit, 100% reimbursement for their books, and up to $100 per course for the cost of materials.
Ford has an Education Tuition Assistance Plan that provides tuition up to $5,000 per year for courses leading to an associate's degree, bachelor's degree, master's degree, or Ph.D.
Gap provides up to $5,000 annually through its Tuition Reimbursement Program when employees take courses relevant to their current job or immediate career growth.
Home Depot will cover up to $5,000 for all salaried associates and $3,000 for full-time hourly associates who have been working at the company for at least a year to take courses related to their business.
Intel covers 100% of reimbursable costs, including tuition and textbooks. It also has an internal training organization called Intel University that provides more than 7,000 courses.
Procter & Gamble will reimburse 80% of educational fees with a lifetime cap of $40,000.
UPS offers tuition assistance to both full- and part-time employees. Since the program began in 1999, it has invested $187 million in tuition assistance for approximately 113,000 college students.
Verizon Wireless has a tuition assistance program, LearningLink, which offers up to $8,000 a year for full-time employees and $4,000 for part-time.
Wells Fargo provides up to $5,000 a year for eligible tuition expenses.
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