Employer Reimbursement

Tiffin University is proud to offer a deferral program for those students with employer reimbursement.


A student must request that the Office of Student Accounts enroll him/her in the program. We will then generate an Employer Reimbursement (ER) Note and Application for that note. In addition to returning the application and ER note, a copy of the employer's reimbursement policy is also required.

Fee for Enrollment

Tiffin University charges a flat $50 fee for each semester note.

This fee is due before classes begin.

Any student whose employer reimburses less than 100% of tuition must pay the remaining portion before the start of the semester. Payment can be made by financial aid, cash, check, or credit card.

Late fees

After a student has submitted the required paperwork and payment, the Office of Student Accounts will note on the student's account that the remaining tuition charges will be deferred until three weeks after the end of the semester. After expiration of the grace period, an additional $50 per month late payment penalty will be charged. In addition, if the student does not make payment in full by February 1 for the fall semester, June 1 for the spring semester, or October 1 for the summer semester, the University will place the student's account on financial hold, thus making the student ineligible to register for classes.

For more information, please contact:

Julie Starkweather, Director of Student Accounts
Tiffin University
155 Miami St.
Tiffin, OH 44883
(800) 968-6446 ext. 3409