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Starbucks Pathway to Admission

Arizona State University and Starbucks are expanding their innovative tuition-reimbursement partnership in an initiative that offers the chance of a college education to 15,000 Starbucks employees, known by the coffee company as partners, who want a degree but don’t currently qualify for admission. The new Pathway to Admission program, announced Wednesday, will allow Starbucks employees a way to earn admission to ASU if they successfully complete a series of ASU courses offered through Global Freshman Academy.

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