The Tuition Reimbursement program was created to help support employees looking to complete a Bachelor's, Master’s or Doctoral degree with reimbursement funding towards their educational journey.
Tuition reimbursement participants must be:
Employed as a staffing-table employee at ACC for 3 years or as defined by longevity for Adjunct Faculty by the time of the request date.
Enrolled at a regionally accredited college or university and earn a “C” or better and/or passing within a pass/fail credit course in attempted coursework.
Please note: Normal reimbursement allocation amounts are 75% of mandatory tuition and fees and up to $3000 per fiscal year per employee.
For the FY20 academic year, all Tuition Reimbursement applicants must complete an application stating the specifics of your request. Afterwards, all documentation will be submitted to a 5 person committee (comprised of one member from each of the 4 Employee Associations and 1 Administrator) to determine the top candidates for funding based on specific criteria (GPA, Career Objectives and Benefit to ACC, etc). HR will facilitate the conversation to ensure all information is presented in a non-biased format. Those applicants chosen for funding will need to provide a transcript at the end of the semester to verify their grades/academic standing/status.
Full-Time Faculty: Heather Syrett
Adjunct Faculty Association: Jim Nelson
Professional-Technical Association: Candice Brown
Classified Employees Association:
Administration: Heather Elias
Following directions - 10%
Benefit to ACC - 25%
Benefit to career - 25%
Benefit to students/community - 25%
GPA - 15%
Chosen applicants will be notified by the end of October and coordinate with HR until reimbursement funding has been processed at the end of the semester.
Questions about the FY19 Tuition Reimbursement Process should be directed to Cameron Keel - firstname.lastname@example.org.