Learn how companies with 100 or more employees can gain a competitive advantage by partnering with D'Youville.
Did you know US businesses lose over $1 trillion annually to employee turnover (Gallup, 2019)? While at the same time, companies who participate in educational benefit programs save $1.29 for every $1 invested.
D’Youville is excited to launch a simple, easy-to-participate, and cost-free employee benefit program to interested partners.
In return, your employees and their dependents and spouses receive either a 25% tuition reduction for on-ground programs or a 10% tuition reduction for online programs (unless receiving other institutional aid). Our corporate partnership program covers bachelor’s and master’s programs (except PA, and NP-related programs). With D’Youville’s Corporate Partner Program you can recruit and retain the best employees with this amazing benefit at no cost to you.
Additionally, we’ve partnered with Peanut Butter to help our partners offer student loan assistance as a benefit. For more information, please visit the Peanut Butter D'Youville pricing page
Dean of Online Learning
D’Youville is a nationally-ranked private university headquartered in Buffalo, NY educating students through on-campus and online programs delivered throughout the world.
#1 Private university in WNY
Top 20% in Economic Value
#1 ROI Among Private Schools
93% first-year satisfaction rate
How Easy is it to Participate?
To become a corporate partner, you must have at least 100 employees and complete the form below. We’ll then be in contact about next steps.
In return, your employees and their dependents and spouses get a 25% tuition reduction (unless receiving other institutional aid or an online tuition discount). Our corporate partnership program covers bachelor’s and master’s programs (except PA, and NP-related programs).
Corporate Partnership Registration Form
Located on Buffalo's West Side, D'Youville's campus offers a broad range of educational and social resources. Beyond the campus, you'll find close connections to some of Buffalo's most active dining and social neighborhoods.