Employer Reimbursement | Kent State University

Employer Reimbursement

EMPLOYER TUITION ASSISTANCE (VIA Employer Reimbursement)

EMPLOYER REIMBURSEMENT TUITION DEFERMENT AGREEMENT (PDF)

Some companies and organizations such as Union Education Trust, Verizon, and AAM provide tuition payments directly to Kent State University. They will provide authorization to Kent State University to bill them directly for a student's tuition and fees. These authorizations must be received by the One Stop no later than the payment due date for the appropriate registration period.  It is not assumed that a student has continuous employment with the same business.  Therefore a new authorization is required every semester. Contact your Human Resource department to see if your company participates in the employer reimbursement program. Kent State University will invoice the company after the start of the semester. If payment is not received within 45 days from the billing date, then the balance becomes the student's responsibility.

OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSISTANCE

If an agency is going to pay tuition and fees (ex: BVR, WIA, TAA), an authorization for payment must be received by the One Stop no later than the payment due date for the appropriate registration period.  It is not assumed that a student will have continuous coverage from an agency.  A new authorization is required for every semester. It is the students responsibility to contact their individual agency counselor and notify them of the payment due date for any semester in which the student has enrolled in classes.  Kent State University will invoice the agency after the start of the semester. If payment is not received within 45 days from the billing date, then the balance becomes the student's responsibility.