Tuition Reimbursement

  1. What Amount of Tuition Reimbursement Does Your Employer Offer?
    Last edit by stlnurse on Oct 3, '05
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  2. Poll: What Amount of Tuition Reimbursement Does Your Employer Offer?

    • $1000 annually

      17.39% 4
    • $2000 annually

      17.39% 4
    • $3000 annually

      13.04% 3
    • More than $3000 annually

      8.70% 2
    • No Limit to Reimburement

      4.35% 1
    • No Reimbursement at All

      39.13% 9
    23 Votes
  3. 7 Comments

  4. by   Tweety
    $22250.00 for college courses and $250 for continuing ed and workshops.

    We have an "earn as you learn" that pays RN students books and tuition 100%, the student works as a CNA 20 hours a week and gets 40 hours of pay. Followed by a two-year commitment.
  5. by   suebird3
    The owner of my LTC facility eats kitty litter in regards to reimbursement. However, my administrator and DON were pretty decent in helping me work around my school schedule, so I could get some extra money "beyond" paying tuition, etc.
  6. by   sjb2005
    No reimbursement at my current job. Had a job with up to $3,ooo for ASN to BSN. Didn't stay long enough to take advantage of it.
  7. by   ORSmurf
    Well, my employer will reimburse 1/2 the cost of books and tuition up to $500 a semester. I suppose it's better than nothing. Every little bit does help.
  8. by   traumaRUs
    Whew - I have it good! My large hospital pays $3500 year for tuition reimbursement and we can go to school FREE at their college or nursing. We also get up to $500 year for education like conferences and $600 for national certification exams (CEN, CCRN).
  9. by   CardioTrans
    My company that I work prn for will reimburse up to $2000/year for undergrad, and 2500 for grad school. Of course you have to be full time. The hospital that I work FT at......... 2 classes/semester full tuition........ which averages $4500/yr.
  10. by   lovingtheunloved
    My company pays books, fees, tuition, and testing and license fees.

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