As part of the enrollment process, students will need to fill out a Student Acceptance Agreement. Here are some common questions and answers about that agreement:
What is the Student Acceptance Agreement?
The Student Acceptance Agreement is basically an agreement to adhere to your employer’s and educational institution’s policies. It states information about where your tuition benefit funds are coming from and potential tax implications. It’s also to ensure that you’re participating in your program and staying in touch with your Student Success Advisor.
How will I receive the agreement?
Once you submit your application and it’s been pre-approved to move forward, you will automatically receive an email with the agreement. Please fill this out as soon as possible. If you're having trouble finding it, try double-checking your junk or spam folders.
Do I need to sign the agreement more than once?
You will only need to sign this form once while working with Guild. If you accidentally fill it out for the wrong program, or if you pursue multiple programs in a row, then you will only need to sign it once. However, we still encourage you to review your employer’s and academic institution’s requirements for each specific program that you enroll in.
If you still have questions, reach out by selecting “Contact a Coach” on our website and we’re happy to assist!