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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Tuition Exchange Export Families FAQ What is Tuition Exchange? Tuition Exchange is a member-based scholarship opportunity. It is NOT an employee benefit. Each member institution has . . .
Tuition Exchange Imports FAQ What is Tuition Exchange? Tuition Exchange is a member-based scholarship opportunity; it is NOT an employee benefit. Each member institution has EXPORT . . .
The House and Senate passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. President Trump signed the bill 12.22.2017. While initially there was angst for higher education, the final version experienced many revisions. Below outline the . . .
The following 37 Tuition Exchange institutions offer "Structured Programs" for students with learning differences. The resource for this list comes from The Princeton Review "The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with . . .
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 . . .
Attention potential TE scholars! Do you need a checklist to help you navigate the Export and Import process? It is important that families begin the TE scholarship process with the dependent's Tuition Exchange Liaison . . .
Tax Breaks for Higher Education Currently there are a number of tax incentives that can help defray the cost of higher education. These incentives come in a couple of forms: Tax Credits , directly reduce the amount of tax . . .