Tuition Exchange Program

Antioch University New England is delighted to be a partner in the Tuition Exchange Program (TEP).

TEP is a not-for-profit organization that counts over 530 private US colleges and universities in its membership. Dependents of employees may be eligible for generous tuition scholarships. If your parent or spouse works at any of the participating institutions (see, we strongly encourage you to contact that institution’s liaison officer to initiate the process.

Eligibility requirements, award amounts, application procedures and continuation policies in the program vary by institution. You need to begin the process with the college or university that would sponsor you. Please contact Human Resources if you have questions.

Some planning is involved to determine your eligibility. Applicants should contact the Tuition Exchange Officer at the exporting institution (the TEP school where your parent or spouse works) to determine any deadlines applicable to that end of the process. The Tuition Exchange website,, contains a Guide for Exchange Scholars and their Families and Tuition Exchange Membership List.