In August 2018, The Walt Disney Co. launched an education benefits program that breaks with many of the restrictions that employers commonly place on tuition reimbursement offerings. Those limitations are meant to help control the cost of tuition assistance benefits, but they often exclude employees outright from tuition programs, or dissuade them from participating, Disney’s benefit leaders maintain.
The Disney program,
known as “Aspire,” covers 100 percent of tuition costs and provides support services to employees as they work toward their degrees. It allows access to 11 universities and technical schools, including online programs by the University of Arizona and the University of Florida.
Not Your Usual Tuition Program
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