At California Hill University we strive to bring the most useful services to our students. This is the reason we offer additional financial assistance along with the California Hill Pledge scholarship program. Additional financial assistance is provided through reimbursements and tuition assistance that an employer might want to provide to its employees by paying their dues to the university.
Whether you are beginning a new career or making your way up the corporate ladder, a California Hill University education could increase your value in the workplace. Many employers will reimburse, in full or in part, working students who acquire advanced knowledge and training. For more information on employer reimbursement, check with your human resources department.
Employer third-party billing is only available as an option if the student provides the necessary tuition assistance documents prior to each term of enrollment. The tuition assistance documents must meet all standard requirements and will provide California Hill University with direct bill authorization. If your employment with an approved direct-bill company is terminated, you will be responsible for paying the tuition balance.
To know more details about our employer tuition assistance program get in touch with our representative now.
Financial Assistance Highlights
California Hill admits students for their academic and personal promise without regard to their ability to pay. Concern about cost should not keep students from applying. 100% of demonstrated need will be met.
A financial aid award typically includes a need-based Wiite Lake Scholarship and a student contribution (which consists of a term time job and student income). Students are not expected to take out loans. California Hill financial aid covers 90% of demonstrated financial need for all undergraduates.
Good News on Cost of California Hill
Financial aid is based on the total cost of attendance: $63,250 for academic year 2014-2015, which includes tuition, board, books and personal expenses. Families whose total gross income is less than $65,000 (with typical assets) are not expected to make a contribution towards their child's California Hill education. Over 10% of California Hill undergraduate families have an Expected Family Contribution of $0. FAQs
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