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Announcing Best-in-Class Education Benefits

We know many of our employees are interested in continuing education. But for many, financing college tuition can be a hurdle. That's why we've created a new education assistance program that includes these generous tuition assistance benefits – available for both Boys Town and Behavioral Health employees.

Boys Town employees are eligible for UP TO:

  • $6,000 per year if you are a full-time employee seeking a master's degree
  • $5,250 per year if you are a full-time employee seeking a bachelor's degree
  • $4,500 per year if you are a part-time employee – regardless of degree level

Boys Town Behavioral Health employees are eligible for UP TO:

  • $5,250 per year if you are a full-time employee
  • $5,250 per year if you are a part-time employee

Immediate Family Members of all employees are eligible for up to $2,500 per year in tuition assistance.

NOTE: In order to assure you have funding to cover your entire degree program, the amount of tuition assistance you can access each academic term is limited. It's always a good idea to check our tuition assistance policies to assure the degree you're interested in is covered by this program. Boys Town and Boys Town Behavioral Health each have their own tuition assistance policies.

Bellevue University Selected as Our University Partner for This Extraordinary Program

Bellevue University's leadership in serving adult learners made them a natural choice for this education assistance program. They understand the needs and priorities that adults have when going back to school. And they add many benefits to this program, including:

  • Payment Deferment
    Bellevue University has agreed to let you defer payment to them until after they receive your education assistance. That means less for you to come up with out of your own pocket.
  • Other Types of Financial Aid
    • Federal Financial Aid
      Bellevue University participates in all major federal and state grant and loan programs to help you pay for your direct education costs, such as tuition, books, and supplies. To apply for federal financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online, annually. The Bellevue University school code is 002538. If you are using this tuition assistance program to pursue a bachelor's degree, you must complete a FAFSA.
    • GI Bill Education Benefits
      Bellevue University welcomes GI Bill Education benefits and has VA-approved experts who will work with you to access and use the education funding you're entitled to.

Time is Money: Transfer Credits from Prior Learning Without Charge

One of the reasons we partner with Bellevue University is they understand the critical need adult learners have to make the most of their time.

Bellevue University is an expert at reviewing and assessing prior learning for college credit and knows how to apply it to your bachelor's degree program. And gaining college credit for work you've already done can save hours and money. Best yet, Bellevue University does not charge to transfer previous credit earned into your degree program.

Possible sources of college credit that can transfer to your degree program:
  • Previous college courses
  • For-credit exams, like CLEP and DSST
  • Boys Town training is valued at up to 29 credit hours!
The best way to find out how many credits you have that can transfer to your bachelor's degree is to talk to a Bellevue University Enrollment Counselor.

Make the Most of Your Financial Aid

Charles Wright, Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Bellevue University, covers your financial aid options and how they help you access all the aid you're entitled to receive.

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