Every human resource and talent professional has heard the story: A CFO asks a CEO, “What happens if we train our people and they leave?” The CEO responds, “What happens if we don’t train our people and they stay?”
Improving skill sets will benefit employees both personally and professionally.
Employees who use tuition assistance tend to stay longer. They will also be easily promotable which lowers your cost of recruiting & talent management.
Gaining new skills promotes con dence along with the motivation of setting new personal goals.
Up to a $5,250 annual maximum per employee under section 127.
Various training topics can be offered on-site to employees through our Business & Professional Institute(BPI).
If you have any questions please reach out to Rylee Antczak at (815) 921-4417.
More than half of all companies offer some sort of educational assistance for their employees, but it is estimated only about 5% of employees are taking advantage of this benefit. The majority of companies o er this bene t as a tuition reimbursement program, leaving the student to pay the bill upfront and wait months for reimbursement. Rock Valley College wants to help set you and your employees up for a beneficial program with a direct billing style that best suits your policy.
Our sponsorship specialist can help go over what options are available and what might work best for you. We bill companies for their sponsored students after the mid-point of the semester to allow for schedule adjustments and to avoid you overpaying for any courses a student decided to drop. You have different options to choose from if you only want to cover specific items or if you want to fully fund an employees tuition, books, and fees. We have many different invoice styles that can provide you with every course and fee or a simple student name with amount owed. Our current sponsorships range in size from one to over 200 students, so no size is too small or large.
students enrolled for each semester of our 2017-2018 academic year
citizens impacted annually through all program offerings
average number of graduates in each of the last three years
population we serve in our district
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degree programs offered
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our per credit hour tuition rate
cost to attend RVC for one academic year
more money an RVC program graduate can expect to earn over a 40 year career compared to someone who does not complete a community college program
percentage of our students receiving some form of financial aid
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men's and women's sports competing at the NJCAA Division III level
beautiful wooded acres on our main campus