Our education benefits support you throughout your career at OhioHealth.
You can grow and develop in a supportive and nurturing learning environment that fosters community and encourages knowledge sharing for your continued success. Offerings include generous tuition reimbursement, educational partnerships with opportunities for no-cost degrees and certificates, exploring new roles, working on an individual development plan with your leader, and access to a wide range of educational webinars and resources.
Education Programs to Learn and Grow
Below is an overview of just two of the many education benefit programs to support your career growth. Visit the eSource Learning page for information on more ways to learn and develop at OhioHealth.
We have two Education Benefits programs:
- Education Reimbursement
- OhioHealth Scholars Program
To be eligible to apply for Education Reimbursement:
- You must be scheduled to work at least 32 hours per pay period; and
- You must have completed six months of service
The program reimburses expenses for programs of study at regionally or select nationally accredited institutions, related to positions at OhioHealth.
The maximum total annual reimbursement rate depends upon your regular hours worked per pay period:
- For full-time associates (64 – 80 hours per pay period): $5,250
- For part-time associates (32 – 63 hours per pay period): $3,000
OhioHealth Scholars Program
To participate, you must complete an application and be selected for this program.
The program provides college tuition, books and fees for high workforce need areas to eligible associates in return for a two-year full-time work commitment. Eligible certifications require a one-year work commitment. The work commitment begins on the end date of the last academic term taken.
The Education Benefits programs are provided at no cost to you.
How to make the most of this benefit
Visit the eSource Learning page for more information about learning and developing
Student Loan Relief Benefit
If you have completed your education and have student loan debt, the OhioHealth Student Loan Relief benefit provides support in loan refinancing, consolidation, and forgiveness through Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). Learn more about the Student Loan Relief benefit.