Announcing World-Class Educational Assistance Benefits
We know that many of our employees are interested in continuing education. But for many, financing college tuition is a hurdle. That's why we've created a new educational assistance program that includes these benefits*:
- Up to $4,500 per year for full-time employees
- Up to $4,000 per year for part-time employees
- Up to $2,500 per year for your immediate family members
NOTE: These generous educational assistance amounts are available annually, which means each year you are enrolled at Bellevue University full-time, you can qualify for these amounts. In order to ensure you have funding to cover your entire degree program, the amount of educational assistance you can access each academic term is limited. It's always a good idea to check our educational assistance policies to ensure the degree you're interested in is covered by this educational assistance program.
* On-call employees are not eligible for this benefit.
Bellevue University Selected as Our University Partner for This Extraordinary Program
Bellevue University's leadership in serving adult learners made them a natural choice for this educational assistance program. They understand the needs and priorities that adults have when going back to school. And they add many benefits to this program, including:
- Payment Deferment
Bellevue University has agreed to let you defer payment to them until after they receive your educational assistance. That means less for you to come up with out of your own pocket.
- Save Money by Transferring Credits Without Charge
If you've already taken some college classes, you shouldn't have to repeat them. Bellevue University is a leader in evaluating credits you already have so you can transfer them into your degree program. And they don't charge our employees a transfer fee!
The best way to find out how many credits you already have that can transfer into your degree is to talk to a Bellevue University Enrollment Counselor. Your Enrollment Counselor can also suggest other ways of earning college credit for work you've already done.
Other Types of Financial Aid
Federal Financial Aid
Bellevue University participates in all major federal and state grant and loan programs to help you pay for your direct education costs, such as tuition, books, and supplies. To apply for federal financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online, annually. The Bellevue University school code is 002538.
If you are using this tuition assistance program to pursue a bachelor's degree, you must complete a FAFSA.
Veterans Education Benefits
Bellevue University welcomes Education benefits and has VA-approved experts who will work with you to access and use the education funding you're entitled to.
Make the Most of Your Financial Aid
Charles Wright, for enrollment at Bellevue University, covers your financial aid options and how they help you access all the aid you're entitled to receive.