WoodmenLife, in partnership with Bellevue University, has created a special tuition assistance package for motivated team members who want to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
It includes enhanced tuition assistance for full-time and part-time team members as well as immediate family members.
NOTE: These generous tuition assistance amounts are available annually, which means each year you are enrolled at Bellevue University, you can qualify for these amounts.
In order to assure you have funding to cover your entire degree program, the amount of tuition assistance you can access each academic term is limited.
To take advantage of this tuition assistance, you must complete the six-month WoodmenLife benefit eligibility waiting period. It’s a good idea to check the company’s tuition assistance policies to make sure the degree you’re interested in is covered by this program.
When you combine our excellent tuition assistance with other sources of education funding – including GI Bill Education Benefits, the amount of students loans you require may be very low.
Bellevue University participates in all major federal and state grant and loan programs to help you pay any direct education costs remaining, such as tuition, books, and supplies. To apply for federal financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online, annually. The Bellevue University Title IV code is 002538. If you are using this tuition assistance program to pursue a bachelor's degree, you must complete a FAFSA.
One of the reasons we partner with Bellevue University is they understand the critical need adult learners have to make the most of their time.
Bellevue University offers a wide variety of ways to gain college credit that can apply to your degree program. These include previous college credits, evaluated training programs, for-credit exams, and more.
Gaining college credit for work you've already done can save untold hours and significant money. And best yet, Bellevue University does not charge to transfer previous credit earned into your degree program.
The best way to find out how many credits you already have toward your degree, talk to a Bellevue University Enrollment Counselor.
Charles Wright, Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Bellevue University, covers your financial aid options and how they help you access all the aid you're entitled to receive.