Employment Based Tuition Benefits
Employment-based tuition benefit programs represent an alternate source of assistance to School of Education students. Employers and labor unions often provide educational benefits for their employees as part of a larger benefits package. The assistance may take the form of a contract between the employer and the university or a full or partial tuition reimbursement plan between the employer and the employee.
Please note that students who participate in employer tuition reimbursement programs should plan to pay all tuition and fees at the time of registration and follow their employer’s procedures for requesting reimbursements. Students should contact their employer’s human resources office to discuss the availability of tuition assistance. Information on third party payer procedures may be obtained from the Johns Hopkins Third Party Payer Team at 410-516-0949 or request support through SEAM’s online form. Employees receiving tuition assistance may be responsible for taxes on the value of the tuition assistance received and should check with employers for more details. Johns Hopkins University provides a tuition remission program for full-time employees. For information, contact JHU’s Benefits Office at 410-516-2000.