Two Great Companies = Big Savings for Students

Barry Lenson

upromiseWe have great news. Starting this month, you can earn Upromise dollars when you enroll in an online college course at StraighterLIne. But that’s not all the good news. We’re offering some attractive incentives too. 

This could be the first time that the money you spend on college courses can get rolled back to pay for your education. Sounds great, right? It is. But here’s a little background. 

What is Upromise?

The idea is simple. You enroll in the program, spend money at participating vendors, and a percentage of that money is placed in a special Upromise account that’s dedicated to pay for college. You can invite friends and relatives to become members too and contribute to your account. 

To build up your college funds, you and your friends need to shop at Upromise participating companies. They’re not hard to find - there are more than 600 online stores, 8,000 restaurants, and more than 22,000 groceries and drug stores in the program. Then those participating companies roll a percentage of the money you and your friends spend into your special account that’s dedicated to pay for a college education – yours, your kid’s, it’s up to you. 

Upromise is a brilliant idea. No wonder more than 10 million people are members today.

We encourage you to learn more about how StraighterLine and Upromise can work together to help save you money on your college studies.

Upromise + StraighterLine? It’s an idea whose time has come.

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