Bowen Center employees will enjoy enhanced educational opportunities at Trine University as the result of a new agreement between the institutions.
Through the partnership, Bowen Center will receive: Additional support to ensure employees who take coursework at Trine are utilizing all available academic and financial aid services. Enhanced opportunities to recruit Trine students for open positions and share information regarding their available services. Assistance in discovering grant and scholarship opportunities for employees and reducing tuition reimbursement expenses, allowing Bowen Center to maximize their impact on employee education.
The opportunity to work with Trine University to develop unique coursework, degree programs, certificates and professional development programs. These can be offered in-person at any Bowen Center location or made available to any employee on any shift through TrineOnline.
Bowen Center employees who enroll in Trine University degree programs also will receive the benefits given to all Trine students, including: More than 45 courses and two complete degree programs using open education resources, which eliminates textbook and materials costs. 24/7 tutoring.
Free unofficial transfer credit evaluation, with up to 90 credits accepted toward a bachelor's degree program, and free application for enrollment into TrineOnline. As well as the opportunity to earn graduate credits while working on a bachelor's degree through combined degree programs.
For more information on educational partnership opportunities with Trine University, visit trine.edu/online/partnerships.
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