Resolving to continue your education in 2016? Save on tuition at St. Mary’s, Augsburg
Eligible City employees get discounted tuition and waived application fees at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota and Augsburg College. You can take advantage of these new educational partnerships during the 2016 winter semester.
The City offers this opportunity as a way to support employees who want to enhance their careers in response to the most recent employee engagement survey. Many of the degree programs apply to careers at the City.
St. Mary’s University of Minnesota
City employees receive 10 percent off all online and classroom graduate and professional degree programs, certificate programs and individual courses at St. Mary’s University. The discount applies to current and new students. City employees will also have an expedited enrollment process.
- See a brochure for the school.
- See a list of graduate and professional degree programs.
- See the costs of tuition and fees.
- Visit the website.
Eligible City employees get a $50 discount per undergraduate credit for adult undergraduate degree programs and an $80 discount per graduate credit for graduate degree programs at Augsburg College. The discount applies only to new students and does not apply to certificate programs, individual courses and the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
- See a list of adult undergraduate degree programs and tuition and fees for these programs.
- See a list of graduate degree programs and tuition and fees for these programs.
- Visit the website.
A more promising future
These new educational partnerships are part of the City’s response to the 2014 My Minneapolis employee engagement survey. Employees said they wanted a more promising future and discounted tuition rates provide more affordable educational opportunities, which can lead to career advancement. By entering into these educational partnerships, the City provides new career options for employees and establishes closer relationships with local educational institutions and students, which can help the City create pathways for the workforce of the future.
Published Dec 15, 2015