Tuition costs at public, four-year colleges rose 9 percent in a single year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. How can you reduce the financial impact of this trend?
With tuition costs skyrocketing, it has become more challenging for employers to offer tuition assistance to their workforce. Fortunately, new learning innovations are emerging that help employees in their academic pursuits. These new options offer employers new opportunities to reduce expenses and increase the value of their existing tuition assistance programs.
In this report, EdAssist presents real-world examples of how employers are realizing impressive savings on tuition assistance by approving alternative forms of college credit delivery. In fact, employers that do so can potentially save $116,400-$328,000 per year.
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