Educational Benefits for EdAssist Client Employees
At City University of Seattle, we believe education is a pathway to fulfill dreams and opportunities. As an employee of an organization that partners with EdAssist, you’re eligible for a 15% tuition reduction for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees and certificates at CityU.
Our programs are designed for busy working professionals like you who need flexibility and convenience. Most of our programs are offered fully online and also on campuses in Washington and Western Canada. In your courses, you’ll connect with students from around the globe and learn from practitioner faculty who bring real-world experiences to the classroom.
Here are just a few benefits of pursuing your education at CityU, a private, nonprofit university:
- 15% tuition reduction for EdAssist client employees
- Online, on-campus, and mixed-mode courses
- Receive a high quality, relevant education
- Transfer existing academic credits
- Potential to earn credits for performance-based knowledge
- Year-round enrollment
- Access to a suite of student services
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CityU is proud to provide educational partnership opportunities to organizations across the country.
Why Choose CityU?
Founded in 1973, City University of Seattle offers over 60 on-site and online programs designed for busy working adults like you. When you enroll at CityU, you’ll have the support of a community of faculty, staff, students, and alumni who are dedicated to helping you finish your degree and reach your goals.
CityU is recognized as a top 10 educator of adults nationwide.1 In fact, students complete their degrees at twice the national rate.2
Develop marketable, real-world skills in courses taught by faculty who are practitioners working in their fields.
Expand your expertise and your global perspectives in on-site and online courses with students from around the world.
Network with alumni employed at Seattle’s top companies, including Boeing, Starbucks, Amazon, and Microsoft.
1“Never Too Late: The Adult Student’s Guide to College” 2The Chronicle of Higher Education
“This is the rigorous academic experience that only an accredited nonprofit university can offer, and the flexibility I need.”
— Jody Bockheim, Student