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Can T.E.A.C.H. help me estimate the potential costs of sponsoring a scholar?

Click here to see the Potential Sponsoring Program Guide for estimated costs, the model matrix with explanations, and a printable FAQ.
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Why is program participation required for educator and program administrator models?

Investment from each party involved results in success for the recipient as well as the sponsoring program. Developing this collaboration is a key component of this unique model, so it is a requirement of the scholarship. When you invest in your staff, they invest in 
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What does the billing process look like?

Once the contract is active, T.E.A.C.H. will send authorization to the college notifying them that T.E.A.C.H. should be billed directly for 90% of tuition and fees for that semester. T.E.A.C.H. will then pay this amount directly to the college. The college will then send an 
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What is the cost of tuition?

This varies by college and how many credits a recipient completes. The average cost per credit hour at a Colorado Community College was $188.09 in 2021. Each course is usually three credits, which would bring the total to $564.27 for one, 3 credit course, putting 
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What are the costs associated with sponsoring a T.E.A.C.H. Recipient?

The sponsoring program is responsible for paying 5% of the recipient’s tuition and fees, giving paid release time, and the work commitment bonus in the form of a two percent increase OR a one time bonus after the recipient has completed the work commitment. The 
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What is the sponsoring program responsible for when sponsoring a T.E.A.C.H. recipient?

The sponsoring program agrees to assist with tuition and fees, provide two hours of paid release time weekly, and provide a bonus or pay increase at the end of the recipient’s work commitment period. They will also agree to partnerships and ongoing communication with the 
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