idk exactly how at&t's reimbursement policy is, but most other companies require you to sign up for it beforehand.
I have been with at&t COR for over two years while I have been finishing up my degree.
I didnt know about or take advantage of the tuition reimbursement. I graduate in two weeks.
Is there a way for me to have at&t foot the bill for some of my tuition after the fact? Or am I out of luck?
if you received financial aid, they wont pay until you pay off the loan. Also, you have to be enrolled in a degree program they okay. As for reimbursement, you have to submit your grades and a receipt that you paid within 60 or 90 days after the semester ends.
loan for financial aid? do you mean if the person got a student loan?
The loans dont factor into it, but any grants, scholarships, etc (free money) that you received will be subtracted from the reimbursement amount.
If you didn't report the classes within 60 days of course completion, you're SOL. ATT def wont pay anything more than they're required to, no way they'll retro back that far.
how do they know about the scholarships?(just curious as i don't have any anyways)
believe you also have to pay it back if you leave within 2 years of your final payment.
When you turn in your bill its always on there
If you quit, yes. If you get yourself fired, no.Originally Posted by Wiggum
not trying to thread jack but it's relevant to the topic, do you guys know how long you got to be with the company to qualify for tuition reimbursement?
Ya'll do know that the answer to all of the questions in this thread, are on the HROneStop web site.
thanks for the link marshal