If you want to reach your educational goals or enhance your job performance, XPO’s Tuition Reimbursement Program can help. The program provides 100% reimbursement up to the IRS maximum of $5,250 per calendar year for expenses such as tuition, books and fees. To take advantage of this program, you’ll need to meet the eligibility requirements, choose an accredited institution and request approval in advance, since courses must be relevant to your career at XPO. Accredited institutions include, but are not limited to, colleges and technical schools or other courses. Check out our Academic and Professional Partnership Program.
For additional details, visit MyXPO Portal for the Tuition Reimbursement Policy and forms.
You are eligible to request financial support through the Tuition Reimbursement Program if you:
- Are a regular, full-time employee working at least 30 hours a week
- Have at least six consecutive months of service with XPO
- Maintain satisfactory performance in your current position
To be approved, you and your manager must agree that the degree programs, courses and certificates align with your XPO job duties, professional goals and objectives or will enhance your capabilities, whether or not they are essential for job performance.
Examples of eligible programs include:
- Classes taken to complete a General Educational Development (GED) certificate.
- Classes taken in pursuit of an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree.
- Formal college credit courses offered at an accredited college or university taken as part of a degree program or single courses taken when not pursuing a degree.
- Online courses offered by an accredited college or university.
- Courses to prepare for or maintain professional certification, license or registration (e.g., CPA, CPS) required in the performance of your current job.
- Certificate courses that are related to your current job.
It’s your responsibility to ensure the educational institution or course is accredited before you apply for the XPO Tuition Reimbursement Program. To check, visit the U.S. Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education website.
The following are examples of fees or charges eligible for reimbursement consideration:
- Tuition fees
- Required lab fees
- Required textbooks, including those ordered online
- Testing fees
- Printed course material or electronic media/material in lieu of textbooks (subscriptions, online articles, etc.)
Examples of ineligible fees or charges include:
- Application fees
- Registration fees
- First-time enrollment fees
- Non-resident fees
- Matriculation fees
- Parking permit
- Library fees
- Student activity fees
- Student ID cards
- Student event tickets
Note: This list is not all-inclusive. As a general rule, the intent is to provide reimbursement for course-related expenses.