TE Central has received numerous emails from parents seeking information regarding the following issues: May 1 acceptance deadline extended . Parents and students need to contact the IMPORT (attending) school directly. Each school has its own set of guidelines, and the May 1 deadline date is an example of these varying deadlines. Extending the TE Application process . Tuition Exchange Central surveys . . .
IMPORTANT NOTICE: There is no continuing student application on the Tuition Exchange site. Continuing students need to check with the EXPORT school to determine if any additional paperwork is required. DO NOT complete a new TE EZ app unless your student is considering transferring to a new Tuition Exchange school. Students who wish to transfer are not able to transfer their current TE scholarship to the new . . .
Did you receive an email that the status of your NEW Tuition Exchange application changed? Are you just curious as to the status of your NEW Tuition Exchange applications? It is easy to check provided you have the correct student information. If you are unable to access you need to contact your EXPORT TE Liaison Officer for the information provided on your EZ application or the information you provided to your Export TE . . .
Families interested in exploring what options might be available must start with your Tuition Exchange Liaison Officer. Not sure the name of your TE Liaison Officer - Click here . Tuition Exchange Central is unable to provide information on individual school requirements and guidelines. The TE scholarship application process begins with your employer. The Export school determines who is eligible for . . .
Tuition Exchange Tuition Exchange (TE) is a reciprocal scholarship opportunity for the dependents of eligible faculty and staff at all Tuition Exchange member schools . The list of TE member schools is current and provides you the contact email for every TE Liaison Officer. TE Central does not provide any additional contact details. TE is available to eligible employees at member . . .
Glossary of Admission Plans EARLY DECISION: Binding for the student and the college Could be advantageous for the appropriate candidate at a specific school Deadlines usually November 1 or 15 Some colleges are filling close to half of the class early Could be less suitable for students with rising records, but not always the case No ability to compare financial aid, but early offers are generally . . .
If you are considering applying at a TE school to receive TE opportunities for your dependents OR switching jobs to another TE school, please understand there are often eligibility requirements. These requirements can include years of service, and in some cases, the type of employment you are seeking makes a difference. For example, adjunct faculty generally do not qualify. Schools often contract food service, . . .
Through Tuition Exchange scholarships, member colleges and universities offered in the 2018-19 academic year roughly 7800 scholarship awards. Each member school determines its policies and procedures for eligibility and requirements for scholarships. That’s why it’s important to work closely with the Tuition Exchange Liaison Officer where you are employed. Click here to find your . . .