Learning Partner FAQ
How does a Learning Partnership work?
CSU Learning Partners sign a Non-Binding Agreement that allows CSU to offer a 10 percent tuition discount to your employees/members along with exclusive scholarship opportunities.
Can my family receive the Learning Partner Discount?
Spouses and children of employees/members are also eligible for these benefits.
How much does becoming a CSU Learning Partner cost?
There is no cost.
How many employees have to enroll if we become a Learning Partner?
At this time there is no specific number of employees that have to enroll.
Can the learning partnership non-binding agreement be changed to fit my guidelines?
We can adapt the agreement to fit your guidelines and policies. We do ask permission to place your business/organization name, description and (logo if permitted) on our website. However, if that is not possible, we would still like to partner with you and work out details to try to accommodate your requirements.
How long does the Learning Partnership last?
You can terminate the agreement at any time.
By becoming a Learning Partner, are we agreeing that our employees/members will only use CSU?
No, the partnership agreement is non-exclusive. It simply means that if any of your employees/members so choose to become a CSU student, they will receive the benefits outlined in the partnership agreement.
Can training programs be evaluated for possible transfer credit?
A representative will evaluate training courses and programs recommended by the learning partner for possible academic transfer credits.
What other benefits does the learning partnership offer?
If your organization is interested, CSU will send a press release to local media and provide general information for your website that announces the partnership. CSU also can create an email template announcement for you to send to members/ employees.