Tuition Waiver Details:
- Student Tuition (up to $12,500) gets waived on the following conditions:
- Student must pay the initial fee for books, labs, exam preps, learning platform access, welcome kit materials and enrollment processing.
- Student must gain employment via the NexGenT Employer Network
- Jobs may include full-time, part-time, contract-to-hire, contractor, and internship positions as long as they are sourced from the NexGenT Employer Network
- NexGenT is able to waive student tuition due to students being hired via the NexGenT Employer Network and NexGenT collecting the tuition payment from the Employer instead of the student.
- If the student wishes to go outside of the NexGenT Employer Network then the student Tuition Waiver will become invalid and the student must repay the Tuition in full. To avoid this, the student can invite the Employer to the NexGenT Employer Network.
NexGenT Employer Network:
- If a student seeks to bypass the NexGenT Employer Network and gain employment outside of the network, they will then be responsible for paying their tuition in full back to NexGenT. In the case of a tuition pay-back the tuition will be paid to NexGenT Inc via an income sharing agreement or direct payment.
- If the NexGenT Career Services team cannot find a match and help student gain employment within 6 months of graduating, they can seek jobs on their own and they are not responsible for paying back any Tuition that has been waived.
- If a student identifies an employer in which the student wishes to be employed by and the employer is outside of the NexGenT Employer Network, then the student can invite the employer to the NexGenT Employer Network. Once the Employer becomes a part of the NexGenT Employer Network then the Employer can hire the student through the network.
- If a student is looking to be promoted within the same company they are currently employed, they are required to invite and/or assist in setting up a meeting between NexGenT Career Services and the employer’s direct manager or HR team.
To be eligible to enroll under the Free Tuition Scholarship (aka Tuition Waiver):
- You must be at least 18 years old
- You must be a fluent English writer and speaker.
- You must be eligible to legally work in the United States for at least 18 months following graduation from the program. At the time of admission to the program, if you are on a status where work authorization expires (e.g. H1B, OPT etc), the expiration must be at least two and a half years after the program start date.
- You must not have any criminal records/background at the state or federal level
- You must be able to pass any background checks associated with jobs that you apply for. Without limiting the foregoing, if you fail to obtain a job offer as a direct or partial result of your failure to pass a background check associated with the job offer, you will not be eligible for the tuition reimbursement.
- You must be able to put it a minimum average of 10 hours per week of study and coursework execution
- You must complete all homework and coursework assignments.
Possible situations that void the Tuition Waiver:
- Making false statements or providing false information on your Tuition Scholarship application or leaving our eligibility details may void your Tuition Waiver
- Accepting a position outside of the NexGenT Employer Network will void the Tuition Waiver and you will then be responsible for paying back your full tuition up to $12,500. This can be avoided by inviting your potential employer into the NexGenT Employer Network where they are then able to cover your tuition fee upon hiring you.
- You lose your work authorization or do not have sufficient work authorization that meets the requirements above during your search, even if you did expect to have authorization or did at one time have appropriate work authorization during your education program.
- You do not follow through with the interview process for Qualifying Positions in a timely and professional manner (you do not participate as expected by the employer in the interview process by providing responses to employer communications, showing up on time for interviews, and providing documents or follow up as expected by employers).