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State Farm® offers industry leading tuition assistance

Get a degree and remain debt free.

State Farm total rewards helps eligible employees meet their education goals through the company’s tuition assistance programs. State Farm® has three programs:

Tuition Assistance - Direct Bill Program

The Direct Bill program pays for tuition and fees upfront, allowing eligible employees to pursue a degree without worrying about the cost.

Use For

  • Individual courses
  • Certificate programs
  • Associate degrees
  • Bachelor’s degrees
  • Master’s degrees

How It Works

State Farm pays for tuition and fees up front through an invoice directly to the school. Eligible employees only pay for books out-of-pocket and then get reimbursed.

Available At

  • Arizona State University (Direct Billing will be available for the summer session, beginning May 16, 2022)
  • Bellevue University
  • Capella University
  • Colorado Technical University
  • Georgia State University
  • Illinois State University
  • Lincoln College (Normal, IL)
  • Strayer University
  • University of Arizona Global Campus
  • University of Illinois system (all schools)
  • University of Texas – Dallas
  • Upper Iowa University
  • All CCTP schools

Tuition Assistance - Reimbursement Program

The Reimbursement program allows eligible employees to pay for tuition, fees, and books out of their own pocket and then get reimbursed by State Farm.

Use For

  • Individual courses
  • Certificate programs
  • Associate degrees
  • Bachelor’s degrees
  • Master’s degrees

How It Works

Eligible employees pay for tuition, fees, and books out of their pocket and is then reimbursed by State Farm.

Available At

Hundreds of regionally accredited college or universities.

Community College Tuition Program (CCTP)

The CCTP pays for tuition, fees, and books up front at community colleges in Atlanta, Bloomington, Dallas, and Tempe, allowing eligible employees to get a degree with no out-of-pocket expenses.

Use For

  • Individual courses
  • Certificate programs
  • Associate degrees

How It Works

State Farm pays for tuition, fees, books up front. Eligible employees don’t have to pay for anything out-of-pocket.

Available At

Community Colleges in Atlanta, Bloomington, Dallas, Tempe

Industry-Leading Benefit Limits

While most tuition assistance programs max out at around $5,250, State Farm pays $7500 per year for undergraduate courses and $10,000 per year for graduate courses.

Industry-Leading Benefit Limits

Success Stories

Krissi Banks

“I used the tuition assistance program for my master’s degree. Honestly, I wouldn’t have done it without the State Farm tuition assistance program. It would have been way too much money for me to handle on top of my student loans from my undergraduate degree. I was able to get my master’s in organization leadership with a concentration in management.” – Krissi Banks, Underwriting Support Services Supervisor

Nickita Williams

“I'm currently pursuing my Master's in Human Resources Management at Capella University. I held out a long time on pursuing a master's simply because I didn't want to acquire additional student loan debt. I'm so very grateful for the State Farm tuition assistance program because it helped me pursue one of my personal goals.” – Nickita Williams, Workforce Management

Jenny Lane

“The State Farm tuition assistance program changed my life. I was working in a para-professional role when my team introduced me to the program. I got started, took my time with classes, and finished my degree, graduating magna cum laude. Within a few months of graduation, I was promoted to a professional-technical role and later to a leadership position. My education gave me the confidence to pursue opportunities that seemed out of reach before earning my degree.” – Jenny Lane, Technology Analyst

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