An initiative designed to provide employees with lowered tuition costs aligned with education benefits to improve productivity and management skills in the workplace.

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Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) February 13, 2013

Potomac College announces today, a new program designed to address employee education and professional development; specifically targeted atreducing employee’s expenses for education beyond what their tuition reimbursement policy offers.
The Higher Ground initiative is dedicated to engaging companies and their employees in Certificate, Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs in a far more cost effective way.

“We are meeting them where they are,” said Debra Jonsson, Chief Operating Officer at Potomac College. “Many organizations have great tuition benefit programs that are in place to help their employees advance their careers and promote from within. In spite of this, many employees don’t take advantage of the benefits, because of the substantial ‘out of pocket’ costs still associated with an entire degree program.”

Potomac College’s Higher Ground Initiative can reduce costs up to 50% or more on annual tuition*. By aligning the tuition charges with the annual benefit amount, the employee has only incidental costs like textbooks to worry about. Some companies even offer additional benefit to cover textbooks.

Potomac College, regionally accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education, offers business, technology, health care, government contract management, network security and computer forensics degrees, with the option to attend classes in Washington, DC, Vienna, VA or Online.

For more information about Potomac College’s Higher Ground initiative, call 888-635-1121.

About Potomac College:
Potomac College was founded in 1991 and has continued to offer programs leading to the Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration degrees that are in high demand fields. Potomac College is unique in its devotion to one goal – the needs of the working adult.
Potomac College faculty and staff work individually with each of our students to establish an academic pathway that best satisfies his or her needs, and how these needs relate to their course of study as well as their ultimate professional goals. We offer the convenience of time, location, and program pace; factors that we believe contribute to the overall success of our institution and help our students balance their life with their education.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other consumer important information, please visit our website at https://potomac.edu
*Actual savings can vary, dependent upon the annual tuition assistance benefit as compared with the current cost of tuition, currently $11,760 for one year at Potomac College (24 credits).


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