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North Carolina Independent Tuition Exchange

In an effort to improve the fringe benefits available to their employees, several North Carolina independent colleges and universities have combined to create the North Carolina Private College Tuition Exchange Program. This Program entitles certified dependents of full time college employees to attend school tuition-free at any of the participating colleges and universities. Dependents will be certified using the same criteria used to define tuition-free status at the “home” institution.

Procedures for taking advantage of this Program are quite simple:

  1. Full time Methodist University employee dependents apply to their chosen institutions in the normal manner. (This Program will have no bearing on the admissions acceptance decisions of participating colleges and universities.) In the course of their applications, employee dependents apply for all “normal’ financial aid.
  2. Once formal application is made, the dependent and/or employee will inform the President’s office at the “home” institution. That office will inform the President’s office at the “host” institution that a certified dependent has applied for admission. The ‘‘host’’ President will, in turn, inform his or her Business Office and, if accepted, the dependent’s bill will be prepared accordingly. (This Program covers tuition only; not fees, room or board.)

Full time Methodist University employees whose dependents participate in the Program should consult their personal accountants concerning any possible tax liabilities that may result from participation in the Program. Since nearly all of the participating schools have placed a limit on the number of dependents they will accept, applicants should be prepared with a second or third choice.

The NCICU Tuition Exchange Program
Participating Institutions
As of January 5, 2012

Barton College 10 Students
Belmont Abbey College 15 Students
Bennett College for Women 2 Students
Brevard College 5 Students
Cabarrus College of Health Sciences 3 Students
Campbell University
5 Students
Chowan University 10 Students
Gardner-Webb University 5 Students
Lenoir-Rhyne College 4 Students
Louisburg College 5 Students
Mars Hill College 3 Students
Methodist University 5 Students
Montreat College 5 Traditional Students
Mount Olive College (1-1-06) 5 Traditional Students
North Carolina Wesleyan College 5 Traditional Students
Queens University of Charlotte 5 Students

St. Andrews Presbyterian College

3 Students
Salem College 5 Students
William Peace University 2 Students
Wingate University 3 Students