Director of Recruitment
Santa Rita Hall
2 Convent Road
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989
Phone: (973) 290-4403
The CSE-MetLife partnership provides several advantages that help MetLife employees reach their educational and professional goals while insuring the best investment value for MetLife.
Click the links below for more information on the CSE-MetLife Partnership and its many advantages.
Students who are employed by MetLife are eligible to receive between a 20 percent discount on their tuition charges, depending on program of study. Students will receive an invoice each semester detailing their tuition charges at the standard rate. In addition, the Partner Scholarship amount will be noted as a credit on the bill.
Students who are employed by MetLife are eligible to defer a portion of their tuition charges until 45 days after the end of the semester. This allows you time to receive your reimbursement from your employer without having to pay the entire cost up front.
The amount of this deferral is based in part on the tuition assistance amount permitted by MetLife divided between fall and spring semesters. The balance is due upon receipt of the bill and the deferred amount is due 45 days after the end of the semester.
CSE recognizes the value of the courses and programs offered through your Organizational Development division for college credit. In addition your employees can earn additional credits toward their undergraduate and graduate degrees through submission of a customized portfolio of past and present professional experience.
Students who have attended a previous college or university can submit their transcript for an evaluation. Each course is evaluated based on the grade and content and can receive up to 96 transfer credits toward their CSE degree. Graduate students may transfer up to nine graduate credits that were earned at another institution.
Students can also earn credits based on their experiential learning by taking exams based on particular content and subject areas. CSE credits are then awarded based on test scores.