Allstate may reimburse employees for the costs of certain tuition expenses for job-related or Allstate career path-related undergraduate and graduate level courses taken from accredited colleges and universities.
An employee may receive assistance up to a maximum amount of $5,250 within a calendar year.
If an employee leaves employment with Allstate before completing 12 months employment, the employee will be required to immediately repay the total amount of Tuition Assistance received in the prior 12 months.
Eligible expenses include:
- Course fees
- Registration fees
- Lab fees
- Technology fee
- Entrance exams for degree programs, for example, GMAT and LSAT
- Exam fees and classes or materials to assist in preparation of the entrance exam are reimbursed upon completion of the first required course within the degree program. Note: Exam must have been taken while being an employee of Allstate.
- Credit by Exam: Eligible expenses include credit exams used for the purpose of granting credit towards an approved degree, along with the fees for posting these credits. Examples include:
- ACE, DANTES/DSST
- Portfolio preparation through Learning Counts or similar Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) providers
Before submitting an application for a course, the employee should discuss their education plans with their manager. The employee must log on to Allstate's "Managing Your Career and Development" home page and access the link to EdAssist and submit their application prior to the course start date.