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Third Party Tuition Assistance

What is Third Party Tuition Assistance?

Third Party Tuition Assistance is designated for students who receive financial assistance or tuition sponsorship (full or partial) from a corporate or government organization. These organizations are billed directly by the university based on a predetermined amount per student.​

How much does Third Party Assistance cost?

There are no enrollment fees associated with Third Party Tuition Assistance.​

What College Savings Plans does DePaul University accept?

DePaul University currently accepts the following 529 College Savings Plans:

  • Alabama Prepaid Affordable College Tuition - PACT
  • College of Illinois 529 Prepaid Tuition Plan (participants are required to submit an "intent to enroll" form to College of Illinois to initiate the Third Party Tuition Assistance process at DePaul University)
  • Mississippi Prepaid Affordable College Tuition - MPACT
  • Florida Prepaid College Program
  • Kentucky Affordable Prepaid Tuition - KAPT
  • South Carolina Tuition Prepayment Program - SCTPP
  • Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan
  • Virginia 529 College Savings Plan
  • Michigan Education Trust - ​MET

All other 529 participants should coordinate with their plan servicer/sponsor to determine the method and amount of payment to be received by the university and the servicer's requirements.

Submit payments to: 
DePaul University-Payment Center
1 E.​ Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604

How would my employer know what my cost of education is?

All students and sponsors who participate in the Third Party Payment Plan will receive a bill.​

I submitted my Third Party Voucher/Letter of Credit for the term by the tuition due date and my account still has a past-due balance?

All Third Party Vouchers/Letters of Credit are applied to the student's account after the 100 percent add/drop date. This process can take up to two weeks.

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