How to Ask for Tuition Reimbursement
Each person considering earning an advanced degree has their own motivations: promotions, higher salaries, expanding their skills and knowledge and gaining respect and credibility in the office. Even if their reasons for pursuing a master’s degree differ, each potential candidate likely shares the same question: How will I pay for graduate school?
The good news is that many employers are willing to offer tuition reimbursement, or have tuition assistance programs in place, that can help with the cost of your graduate education. A 2017 World at Work survey found that 92 percent of U.S. companies offer some form of tuition reimbursement, but the average employee participation in these tuition assistance programs was only around 5 percent.1 If you’d like to utilize this largely untapped resource, download our tuition reimbursement guide.
Other Financial Aid Options
In addition to employer tuition reimbursement, there are a number of different financial aid options available to social work students. You can visit our financial aid page or view our loan forgiveness blog to learn more about the choices you may have.
Become an Asset to Others With an Online MSW
Yeshiva University’s online Master of Social Work (MSW) program is designed to prepare you to meet real-life challenges of social work with expertise, tolerance and empathy. Explore our interactive, methods-based program and consider how an MSW can help you unlock your full potential as an advocate for those who need it most.
1. Retrieved on September 18, 2019, from talentculture.com/tuition-assistance-look-like-2018/