No, but keep in mind that the program reimburses 75% of your tuition and fees up to $3000 dollars per fiscal year and has a lifetime cap of $8000.
Yes, as long as it is accredited.
No, but our hope that you would use your new skills to further your career here at ACC.
Any Bachelor's (or higher) level courses are eligible for the program.
The College or University must be accredited by one of the agencies below or by a governing body. Most schools will have this information listed on their website. The regional accrediting agencies are:
Yes, vouchers can still be used for classes at ACC.
Classes are to be taken outside of work hours. However, in some limited instances, you and your supervisor can discuss a flexible work schedule for the semester that will allow you to take classes.
No, unofficial transcripts or grade reports will suffice.
You will not receive reimbursement for those classes.
Faculty members are awarded .5 credits of longevity for each semester they teach (e.g. Adjunct teaches Fall & Spring in an academic year receives 1 year of longevity)
If your courses follow a different timeline, like quarters, then please complete the Tuition Reimbursement form and provide your supporting documentation stating your unique situation by the deadline. We with work you throughout your educational journey to ensure (if you are selected) you receive your funding at the appropriate intervals.
Congratulations graduate! Instead of reimbursement funding, you could apply for the Educational Recognition Award if you meet the criteria. Visit this page for more info.