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Third-Party Billing Agreements

Marylhurst University will bill employers who pay tuition for their employees.

If your employer pays at the beginning of the term, please provide Marylhurst University with a signed letter of financial guarantee at the time you register for your classes.

If your employer pays at the end of the term or after grades are issued, please provide Marylhurst University with a copy of your employer's tuition reimbursement policy and verification of your employment and a completed promissory note at the time you register for classes. There is a $50 charge for this option.

For more information, contact the Student Accounts Coordinator.

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