|What is available?
||Effective September 1, 2017, AT&T will be phasing out the current tuition aid plan for AT&T Southeast and replacing it with the AT&T Non-Management Tuition Assistance Plan.
|How do I apply for tuition aid?
||A company called Edcor has been contracted to process all AT&T tuition aid requests.
|Where can I take classes?
||Courses must be completed at one of the following:
- A college, university, business school, technical school or secondary school that meets the U.S. Department of Education's requirements for an eligible program and has been assigned a program code on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- An institution accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC)
- Course provider of approved Nanodegree programs listed in Section 5.3 of the AT&T Non-Management Tuition Assistance Plan.
|What if I am already taking classes
but my institution isn't on the list?
|You will be able to finish your program with that institution provided you were already on a program with them prior to June 1, 2017 and you continue your classes.
|Can I do distance learning?
||Yes. The AT&T Tuition Assistance Plan covers distance learning.
|Where can I find more information on distance learning or other types of instruction?
||The Southeast Partnership Reimbursement Program has added many non-company specific undergraduate and graduate degrees. You can find the list at the Edcor Website
||CWA/NETT Click here for information about enhancing your testing skills. For example, you can read about the TKTII test here
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This page was last updated on January 25, 2022