Education at Work
Tuition Savings Options For Your Employees
Employees can take advantage of Ashford University’s benefits to earn a college degree online while working full-time. You’ll get the education you’ve always wanted while becoming one of your company’s best and brightest. Call 855.805.6911
Steps to get started!
1. Be a full-time employee with six months or more of employment and confirm with your manager prior to enrollment
2. Schedule an EdAssist advising session by calling EdAssist at 855.222.6875
3. Contact an Ashford advisor at 855.805.6911 for the next steps
4. Access the EdAssist Portal for course approvals and tuition reimbursement instructions
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Two Options for savings:
Full Tuition Grant Details
Find out if you are eligible to get your tuition, materials, and fees covered through the Ashford University Full Tuition Grant. When used in conjunction with your company’s Tuition Assistance Program, the grant covers the remaining required educational costs, including:
- Course materials
- Technology fees
- Prior Learning Assessment fees
- Graduation fee
Full Tuition Grant is not available for doctoral degree programs.
Tuition Benefit Details
Eligible employees who successfully apply to and attend Ashford University will receive:
20% Tuition Savings
Take advantage of reduced tuition to earn your college degree.
Technology Fee Waiver
This per course charge will be waived, allowing you free access to all Ashford University systems such as the Student Portal and online classroom throughout your program at Ashford University.
Free Required Course Materials for Your First Course
Your digital course materials, including your textbooks, will be completely covered for your first course through your company’s partnership with Ashford University.
Immediate family members of eligible employees can take advantage of the benefits listed above.
Stay Driven, Stay Motivated Comcast
Comcast teamed up with Ashford University to provide eligible employees with a path to a college education without student loan debt.