You may be eligible to receive tuition reimbursement from your employer.
If your employer offers a tuition reimbursement program, be aware that the Financial Aid Office considers this employee benefit as part of your financial resources when determining your eligibility for aid.
If you apply for federal financial aid and/or scholarships, federal regulations require you to inform the Financial Aid Office, in writing of the amount of your tuition benefit. You must fill out the required form from the Financial Aid Office giving the details of your company’s policy before your financial aid can be determined.That form is available from Financial Aid http://www.geneva.edu/object/fin_aid_forms
If the employee benefits result in an over-award of need-based aid, the Financial Aid Office may be required tto reduce your aid dollars. This could mean that you have to repay a portion of any financial aid you have already received.
If you receive tuition reimbursement from your employer, you can select one of two ways to arrange payment for each term’s coursework. For all plans, you, not the employer hold responsibility for payment.
I understand that in the event I fail to fully satisfy my tuition obligation according to the terms above, each of the following actions will be taken: