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The Allstate Corporation + University of Phoenix

Pay less for the education you deserve


Ready to take the next big step in your education? The Allstate Corporation wants to help. See what benefits you may be eligible for — and explore additional ways to save money and time. 

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Tuition benefits

As an employee of  The Allstate Corporation, you may be eligible to have your tuition and resource fees (electronic course material fees and books) covered by your employer. You could pay less for your degree, certificate or course.*

Your benefit:


max annual tuition covered by The Allstate Corporation

You pay:


in resource fees (electronic course material fees and books) until program completion

*For full eligibility requirements, please see our Terms and Conditions.


8 courses per year

Earn your associate or bachelor’s degree.



5 courses per year

Prepare to lead in your field.



3 courses per year

Reach for the highest level of education.



Could you get a head start on your degree?

Find out how to transfer your eligible college credits and apply for potential credit for your work and life experiences. 

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Webinar: Finish What You Started

Date: Choose from the available sessions

Time: See registration for specific times

Location: Online event

Hosted by: Kelly Hill, University of Phoenix

Earn career-relevant skills in weeks – not years

Get value from your education before you even graduate. You’ll have the opportunity to demonstrate new learned skills to your employer with every 5 or 6 week course you complete in our associate, bachelor’s or master’s programs. 

Build skills on your way to your degree


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of our surveyed students recommend their instructors to others

Student End of Course Survey,
September 22-August 2023 (139,234 respondents)


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Why go to college.

June 15, 2021 · 10 min read


Find out how getting a degree can impact your career

Having a college degree can be beneficial when you’re trying to enhance your career. Our programs teach skills needed in a competitive workforce. Explore the impact of college and how to go back to school as an adult.

Earn college credit for work and life experience

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is designed to help you save money and graduate faster. Have your on-the-job training, workplace certifications and experiences evaluated for potential college credit at no cost.

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Frequently asked questions

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Yes, University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), and its predecessor, since 1978.


Once you’ve chosen your degree program, you will complete a financial plan that will estimate your costs and explore potential ways to pay for it. 

Tuition and Fees

Speak with an enrollment representative or your employer human resources department for more information about your employer education benefits. Identify your employer on your application and let your advisor know who you are employed with. Finally, identify your employer in the University’s Student Portal financial plan before starting courses.

Check with your employer or benefits administrator to make sure your desired program is covered under your employer tuition assistance policy. Your benefits administrator should guide you through the tuition assistance process.

Yes. Our programs are designed specifically for working adults. With online classes, you can attend class online whenever it fits your life, day or night. You’ll also get support by phone, chat or email, available up to 20 hours a day, 5 days a week. And you can start your degree year-round, not just once a semester.

Attending online class is easy because the classroom is always on 24/7/365. All you need is a reliable Internet connection. You simply log in to your virtual classroom to complete assignments, access course materials and resources, and interact with faculty and classmates. Class participation is graded based upon your contributions to online discussions. This is a great solution for students who might have a difficult time commuting and for those who learn better independently.

How it Works

Applying is easy. Start your application and identify your employer when asked. Or, speak with an enrollment representative and let them know who your employer is. Finally, identify your employer in the University’s Student Portal financial plan before starting courses.

*Terms and Conditions

There must be an agreement in place between the University of Phoenix, Inc. (University) and Bright Horizons EdAssist Solutions (“Company”) whereby Company is acting as The Allstate Corporation’s tuition assistance service provider (hereinafter “Agreement”) for current employees to receive the tuition benefits set forth below (hereinafter referred to as the “Benefits”).


To be eligible for the Benefits, employees must (i) be and remain employed with The Allstate Corporation; (ii) be eligible for and abide by all terms and conditions of The Allstate Corporation’s tuition assistance policy as determined by The Allstate Corporation; and (iii) must maintain attendance with the University defined as not taking a break longer than 365 days (hereinafter “Participating Employees”).

Participating Employees who are new students and self-identify as an Allstate Corporation employee in the University’s student portal (or through any other method of verification the University may require) after the Agreement effective date will receive the benefits set forth below, so long as the Agreement is in effect and has not been terminated. For those Participating Employees who are currently enrolled and already self-identified with the University, the Benefits will apply to your next course and will not be applied retroactively.

The Benefits will apply to Participating Employees who are receiving the standard University tuition rate and cannot be combined with any Alumni or Associate Transfer tuition rates, competency-based programs the University may offer in its discretion, any other University offer or promotion or any other specific program exclusions set forth in the Academic Catalog. For Clarification, nothing contained herein is intended to prohibit Participating Employees to enroll in these programs or use of any Client tuition assistance toward the excluded items listed above.

Participating Employees are subject to the University's admission and academic policies and procedures.

Undergraduate Courses

Participating Employees may take up to eight (8) courses subject to course availability and University’s policy for a total tuition cap of $5,250 per Calendar Year (defined as January 1st through December 31st). Any courses over eight (8) in a Calendar Year will be charged to the Participating Employee at the then current tuition rate for the undergraduate degree program.

Master’s Courses

Participating Employees may take up to five (5) courses within any one Calendar Year, for a total tuition cap of $5,250 per Calendar Year. Any courses over five (5) in a Calendar Year will be charged to the Participating Employee at the then current tuition rate for the Master’s degree program.

Doctoral Courses

Participating Employees may take up to three (3) courses within any one Calendar Year, for a total tuition cap of $5,250 per Calendar Year. Any courses over three (3) in a Calendar Year will be charged to the Participating Employee at the then current tuition rate for the Doctoral degree program.

Resource Fees (electronic course material fees and books)

University will waive resource fees on tuition assistance approved credit-bearing single courses, certificates, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral courses until program completion.


Taking more courses than the maximum allotted amount for each tuition cap in a Calendar Year will result in additional tuition charges. Please check with The Allstate Corporation’s tuition assistance policy for further information regarding your billing options and payment details with respect to the Benefits.

Please note: For students using VA benefits, certification of a course solely for monthly housing allowance will use a month of benefit entitlement.

Term and Termination

If the Agreement is terminated Benefits will immediately cease and will no longer be available to Participating Employees. Participating Employees enrolled in the University as of the termination date will be responsible for payment of all fees and tuition costs (at the then current tuition rate) for their next course and the remainder of their program in accordance with University financial policies and procedures.