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Tuition Reimbursement: Overview

To support your career development, many employers offer an Educational Assistance Plan that allows you to submit some of your study-related expenses for reimbursement. Generally, but not always, the courses you take must be taken at an undergraduate or graduate level at an accredited institution that confers degrees.
Often, an employer allows for tuition reimbursement to help you work towards the following goals:
- Improve your present job performance by obtaining new knowledge or skills needed to help you be more effective in your current position;
- Prepare you for a higher level job or career development; or
- Provide you with retraining or new skills that become necessary if the requirements of your current job will be changing.

Eligible Items

The following expenses are usually eligible for reimbursement in tuition plans as long as they are incurred in connection with the requirements.

  • Tuition
  • Required Textbooks
  • Registration Fees

Ineligible Items

Some school-related expenses are not eligible for the tuition reimbursement plan. Some of these are (your plan may vary):

  • Dorm/Lodging Expenses
  • Optional Textbooks/Workbooks
  • Graduate Exams(GMAT/GRE)
  • Parking Fees
  • Supplies & Equipment
  • Meals
  • Transportation

Additional expenses may be reimbursable in your Plan. Check your Plan Summary for more details.

Note: Educational Assistance (Tuition Reimbursement) Plans vary by employer. The information on this page is general in nature and may not reflect actual terms of your plan. Log in to your account to view information specific to your plan.

Limits 2017
The maximum nontaxable tuition assistance limit is: $5,250
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