Tuition Reimbursement Payment Plan
Students who receive tuition benefits from their employer may be eligible to participate in Misericordia University’s Tuition Reimbursement Payment Plan. Generally, this payment plan permits tuition and fees to be paid up to 30 days after grades have been sent to students, rather than the time of registration for the course. The requirements of the plan are as follows:
- only part-time students are eligible;
- a tuition reimbursement letter from the employer must be on file prior to registration and must be updated annually. The letter must state the terms of the benefit;
- students must keep the original invoice and final grades for employer verification. Duplicate invoices and grade sheets will not be issued;
- it is the responsibility of the student, not the employer, to ensure that payment is made within the 30-day period. Students who fail to make payment within the 30-day grace period may be removed from the tuition reimbursement payment plan;
- the 30-day grace period does not apply to graduating students. Tuition and fees must be paid prior to graduation; and,
- students receiving partial tuition benefits must make arrangements to pay the costs not covered by the employer at the time of registration.