Tuition Reciprocity Agreement with Emory & Henry College
President of Tennessee Wesleyan University, Harley Knowles (left) and Emory & Henry President, John Wells (right) shake hands after signing the official agreement.
On Monday, February 21, Tennessee Wesleyan University President Dr. Harley Knowles was hosted by Dr. John W. Wells, President of Emory & Henry College, in a tuition reciprocity signing ceremony.
This 10-year agreement allows employees and their families at each respective institution to pursue an undergraduate degree with full tuition covered. The program is available to all full-time employees and their dependents after two consecutive years of employment.
“I'm proud to partner with Emory & Henry and provide this educational benefit to our employees and their dependents,” stated Dr. Knowles.
“Being able to continue and grow our relationship with high-caliber academic institutions with shared values and a Methodist foundation is important to us at Tennessee Wesleyan. I'm sure employees at both institutions will find comfort in knowing how well their student is being cared for as they usher them into these transformative years.”Dr. Harley Knowles
Tennessee Wesleyan University and Emory & Henry College share a relationship within the Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church. Each party shared a desire to strengthen the learning community and workforce development for the graduates of their respective institutions.
Qualified individuals may now apply for Fall 2022 start and should contact their Director of Admissions and the organization’s Human Resources department.