Cincinnati Enquirer: City partners with UC for reduced tuition
City employees, their spouses and dependents are offered reduced tuition for online programs
City of Cincinnati and University of Cincinnati leaders announced on Monday that 6,000-plus city workers and their families can now sign up for online University of Cincinnati courses without paying full tuition.
The 10% reduction is available for city employees, their spouses and their children and only applies to online courses at the university.
This is in addition to the city's tuition reimbursement program for employees which covers up to 24 credit hours each year, officials said.
Featured photo of UC President Neville Pinto and Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval during a press event Monday. Andrew Higley/UC Creative + Brand
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