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10 Employers That Pay For College | How to Afford College While Working

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As a college student myself, I have spent many hours searching and applying for scholarships. This research has shown me that more and more employers are beginning to pay for their employees to go back to college.

Here are 10 places that you can work at and receive college tuition assistance!

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1. Walmart

Walmart has a $1/day college assistance program where they pay the rest of the tuition, fees, and even books. Their degree options are limited to Business, Technology, Supply Chain, and Health. But you can earn your degree from colleges such as Bellevue University, Brandman University, Purdue University, Southern New Hampshire University, University of Florida, and Wilmington University.

2. Starbucks

Starbucks offers 100% tuition coverage for your first bachelor’s degree. The schooling is through Arizona State University’s online program.

3. McDonald’s

McDonald’s tuition assistance program offers $3,000 each year for full-time employees and $2,500 each year for part-time employees.

4. JetBlue

JetBlue’s college assistance program covers all costs over $3,000. They do require that you have transfer credits and be working with them for two years. Their schooling is through Thomas Edison University for undergraduate and graduate degrees.

5. Best Buy

Best Buy’s tuition assistance program offers $3,500 a year for undergraduate students and $5,250 a year for graduate students for school related expenses. They also reimburse the cost of tuition, textbooks, fees up to $325 for undergraduate students, and fees up to $525 for graduate students.

6. Papa John’s

Papa John’s offers a 100% tuition covered college assistance program. The schooling is through Purdue University. They pay all tuition, fees, and books for both undergraduate and graduate programs.

7. Bank of America

Bank of America’s college assistance program pays for up to $7,500 in tuition related expenses through vouchers or reimbursements each calendar year.

8. Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut’s college assistance program charges only $250 per credit for undergraduate courses and $550 per credit for graduate courses as well as a few fees. The program offers degrees in business, technology, liberal arts, public service, nursing, and health sciences.

9. UPS

UPS offers up to $5,250 a year in tuition assistance, book reimbursements, and academic bonuses. Their program’s schooling is through Metropolitan College.

10. Verizon

Verizon’s tuition assistance program covers up to $13,250 a year for full-time associates and up to $8,000 a year for part-time associates.

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