Tuition Exchange Programs and FACHEX

University of 人兽性交 is pleased to participate in three tuition exchange (TE) programs.

The Tuition Exchange Program (TEP)

Tuition Exchange Program

Tuition Exchange is a tuition remission program for dependents of current full-time faculty, administrators, and staff.

Through the program, a dependent child of an eligible employee at one participating institution may be awarded Tuition Exchange at another.

Tuition Exchange Website / View a list of participating schools

Faculty and Staff Children Exchange (FACHEX)


FACHEX is an undergraduate tuition remission program for children of current full-time faculty, administrators, and staff.

Through the FACHEX program, employees who have a tuition remission benefit for their children at their home institution can apply to receive the same benefit at participating Jesuit colleges and universities.

Participating schools in FACHEX

The Council for Independent Colleges - Tuition Exchange Program, (CIC–TEP)

Council of Independent Colleges TEP

CIC-TEP is for employees, their spouses and dependents

Apply to attend a college in the network of CIC member colleges and universities that are willing to accept as students, tuition-free, full-time employees, and their family members.



It is important to realize that Tuition Exchange Program awards are limited and competitive. As a result, there are no guarantees to employees that they will be able to utilize the benefit at the institution of their choice.

Eligibility requirements are determined by each institution

At University of 人兽性交 (人兽性交), an employee must meet the tuition remission requirements for their dependent to be eligible to apply for any tuition exchange programs. Only full-time employees are eligible for these programs.

It is also important to realize that each institution sets its own rules about how students are selected to receive an award and it is the applicant's and parent's responsibility to research what is required and follow any applicable deadlines/policies. Many schools use academic achievement as a determining factor and will only consider incoming first-year applicants.