Tuition Reimbursement Program

CHI Health Tuition Reimbursement Program is one way we invest in our employees. Your education doesn’t have to stop once you get a job. Ongoing studies can give you a leg up in work and in life. If you value lifelong learning and are motivated to achieve your education goals, then we encourage you to consider our Tuition Reimbursement Program.

Degree or Courses

The Tuition Reimbursement program is designed to benefit your current or future career at CHI Health. Courses should be work-related to a CHI Health career field and a requirement or elective of a work-related degree program. The course(s) should be offered at an accredited educational institution or within a program at an accredited college or university program. Courses required for certification are not eligible for this program.


CHI Health offers the tuition reimbursement program to all benefit eligible employees that complete 180 days of employment and are in good standing. To be eligible for reimbursement, courses must be approved in advance by your manager and you must complete an online tuition reimbursement application on or before the start date of all courses.

Maximum Annual Benefit

  • Full-time .8 FTE, $5,250 per calendar year
  • Part-time .5 FTE, $2,625 per calendar year

As a full-time employee, you may qualify for up to $5,250, the IRS pre-tax maximum, and as a part-time employee up to $2,625, per calendar year. Reimbursement may vary based on part-time (0.5 FTE-0.7 FTE) or full-time (0.8 and above FTE) status while enrolled, your grade upon completion, and subject to manager and financial approval.

Reimbursement Process

Within sixty (60) days following the completion of a course, you must submit grades and proof of payment for reimbursement of tuition. You will be reimbursed according to the following grade requirements:

  • A "B-" or higher will receive 100% reimbursement
  • A "C" or "C+" will receive 50% reimbursement
  • A "C-" or lower will not be eligible for reimbursement
  • Courses graded as Pass/Fail qualify for reimbursement; a pass is required to receive 100% reimbursement