Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
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A student whose employer offers an educational reimbursement benefit may elect to participate in the Walsh University Employer Reimbursement Program.
Students wishing to enroll in Walsh University’s Employer Reimbursement Program must complete the enrollment form available in the Student Service Center.
The form must be turned in to the Student Service Center (Attn.: Sue Metzger) to be enrolled in this program. The form should be submitted at the time of registration. Students shall be subject to interest charges until the application is completed and submitted to the Student Service Center.
Participants in the program receive the following benefits:
After a student is enrolled in the program, there is no need to reapply in succeeding semesters. In the fall of each year, all participants in this program are required to submit a letter from their employer stating that they remain eligible for the educational reimbursement benefit. The student is responsible for notifying the University of any change in eligibility or employment status.
If a student fails to make final payment within thirty (30) days following the completion of the academic semester, the University may elect to remove the student from the program and/or assess finance charges.
Employer Reimbursement and Tuition Discounts: The Alumni and Post Baccalaureate Discounts are intended to financially assist Walsh Graduates who choose to continue their education at Walsh. As a result, these discounts are not structured to extend to the student’s employer. If, however, the student is able to document that his/her employer does not reimburse based on the pre-discount rate initially assessed, Walsh University may reconsider its policy on a case-by-case basis.
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