What is Tuition Exchange? Tuition Exchange is a member-based scholarship opportunity. It is NOT an employee benefit. Each member institution has EXPORT and IMPORT guidelines. Who is eligible for a tuition exchange scholarship? The student must ask the TE Liaison Officer. If you are unsure who your TE Liaison Officer is, click here. This link takes you to the entire membership list. The list is in state order, then alpha by the . . .
Tuition Exchange Imports FAQ 1. What is Tuition Exchange? Tuition Exchange is a member-based scholarship opportunity, NOT an employee benefit. Each member institution has EXPORT guidelines and IMPORT guidelines. 2. Who is eligible for Tuition Exchange scholarships? Your dependent family member is eligible to apply for TE scholarships, . . .
Export School The Export school is where the employee* works as verified by the employer school. Each export school determines export eligibility criteria published in the employee handbook, faculty handbook, or intranet. Contact the Human Resources office for additional information. Each member school determines the definition of eligible employee and eligible dependent. As a guiding principle, most schools follow the Free Application for Federal Student Aid dependent definition. Refer to the FAFSA guidelines by clicking here . . . .
Tuition Exchange is delighted to share that an app is now available for download for Apple and Android devices. To download the app to your iPhone or IPad - access the App Store and search Tuition Exchange and download To download the app to your tablet or Android device - access the Google Play Store and search Tuition Exchange and download The News section is updated on a need to update basis.
Is your dependent thinking about taking a “Gap Year” and is applying for or awarded a TE Scholarship? We hope the following will be of help in understanding what a gap year entails and what your dependent needs to do to secure her TE scholarship. What is a gap year? Most often a gap year is defined as a student taking a year off from her academic studies right after high school. A gap year is a period of time typically the academic year immediately following high school completion and before entering . . .
Not sure what Tuition Exchange is or if your family is eligible? If you work at one of our member schools , you are encouraged to take the time to listen to the informative webcast. Tuition Exchange is a member-based scholarship opportunity. Tuition Exchange is NOT an employee benefit. Each member institution has EXPORT and IMPORT guidelines. Click here to access the 25-minute Tuition Exchange developed webinar. To view this webinar, you are required to register. While the webinar will not . . .
The Tuition Exchange website has a variety of useful search options for students and parents looking for Tuition Exchange member schools. Please make use of the tools available to you. Please note, TE Central is unable to answer school specific questions or provide assistance to those considering employment at a TE member school. You will need to contact the TE Liaison Officer where you are employed or the Human Resources Office if you are job seeking. A visual example of how to conduct a . . .
Tuition Exchange members should seek guidance from their own tax and legal professional advisers. For basic information consult www.IRS.gov Publication 970 , Tax Benefits for Education. IMPORT schools will provide enrolled students a 1098-T for whom a reportable transaction is made. Tax filers file this form for each individual to whom they made reimbursements or refunds of qualified tuition and related expenses. Excerpts from Publication 970: "Qualified tuition reduction means a tax-free reduction in . . .