GEICO associate information

Wesleyan College is a trusted education partner for GEICO associates. Our longstanding commitment to assisting GEICO associates with their educational needs is unmatched. Whether you are looking to complete a few classes or earn a degree, Wesleyan is here to help!

Non-Degree Seeking vs. Degree Seeking


Students enrolled on a non-degree seeking basis are not eligible to receive federal financial aid. 

Applicants for admission as a non-degree student (males or females) must submit the following:

  • Wesleyan Online application as a non-degree seeking student
  • An official high school transcript, an official GED report, and/or the most recent official college transcript, whichever is appropriate


Open to female students who plan to receive a Bachelor’s Degree from Wesleyan. 

Applicants for admission as a degree seeking student, must complete and submit the following:

  • Wesleyan Online application as a degree seeking student
  • Official transcripts from all institutions attended 
  • Official High School transcript or GED report (not required if 24 credit hours of prior college work has been earned)
Steps for Admission
STEP 1: Apply for FREE 

Complete your Online Program Application

STEP 2: Complete Your Admission File

Provide the following documents as soon as possible:
Transcripts: Transcripts may be submitted electronically to or through the mail: Wesleyan College, Admissions Office, 4760 Forsyth Road Macon, GA 31210

STEP 3: File Review

Allow 2 weeks for an admission decision upon receipt of all required documents.

STEP 4: New Student Placement Tests

For degree seeking students only. Completion of new student placement tests must be completed prior to receiving your course schedule.

STEP 5: Register for Classes on WesPortal

An email will be sent to you with login access upon acceptance. The email will also include details on textbooks and how to verify your shipping address for delivery.

STEP 6: Tuition Reimbursement

Wesleyan College offers all GEICO Associates a discounted tuition rate of $350 per credit hour. This rate includes all required textbooks for each course.

Tuition Reimbursement Process

When filling out your application with Bright Horizon EdAssist, make sure you choose the Direct Bill option. Once your application is approved, you’ll receive a Letter of Credit (LOC). The LOC will allow you to defer your tuition and allow Bright Horizons to pay the school directly. First, you’ll need to sign the LOC, then forward it to and make sure to include your student ID in the e-mail. In turn, Wesleyan will then bill Bright Horizons, paying the school directly.

Once you’ve completed the class, it is your responsibility to upload a copy of your final grade report to your application within 60 days. If a compliant grade is not received within 60 days after the course end date, the associate will be suspended from participating in the direct bill and immediate reimbursement programs for a period of 12 months.

See below for generic requirements for required documents. 

Bright Horizons


To access Grade Reports, you will need to login to WesPortal, select the Student tab, and then View Final Grade Report.

Wesleyan Portal

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Questions about our Online Program?

Our Enrollment Coordinator, Jessica Tucker is here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have. For more information about courses available, schedules, or applying into this program, please contact Jessica at or (478) 757-3994.


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