To everyone who participated in Spring Renewal, THANK YOU! As you may know, one of the great incentives you received is SAGE Tuition Reward Points. Girls earned 2,500 points, and co-leaders and SUMs earned 3,500 points.
To receive these points, you must create a SAGE Tuition Rewards account for yourself or your girl by Friday, June 7. If you previously created an account, you do not need to take this step again. If both a leader and a child earned points, ensure that your child is listed as a designated child on your account.
If you need to create an account, visit www.tuitionrewards.com. At that time, you can designate recipients for the tuition points or edit the list later. While on the website, you can learn more about how the points work, who can use them, qualifying colleges, and more. We also have FAQs about SAGE Tuition Rewards for your reference.
You must set up your SAGE Rewards account by Friday, June 7, or you will lose your earned points. Points cannot be added retroactively if account is not set up at time of transfer.
Your points will be loaded when they are applied in August. You will have until September 30, 2019 to check your account for proper application of points. After that date, points cannot be added, even if you had an account in place at the time of transfer.
The last week of May is your last chance to earn sweet rewards just for re-registering for Girl Scouts during Spring Renewal! Not only are you entered for a chance to win one of three $100 Amazon gift cards, you’re guaranteed to get SAGE Tuition Rewards Points!
By now you’ve probably heard us talk about Spring Renewal. It’s our annual tradition of inviting our members to renew early and earn some amazing incentives. Since April 1, we’ve given out gift cards, t-shirts, tickets, and more. But we aren’t finished yet!
We still have THREE $100 Amazon gift cards to give away, 10% off adult apparel, service unit gift card incentives, GSWNY Program Cards, and the guaranteed win of SAGE Tuition Rewards.
Renewing in the next 16 days automatically enters you into the drawings and provides you with the SAGE points. Essentially, this is free money for college. Accepted at 400 colleges and universities around the United States, every girl who renews by May 31 receives 2,500 points (aka $2,500) and every co-leader and service unit manager who renews by then receives 3,500 points (aka $3,500). Don’t miss this incredible opportunity!
Beyond the incentives, renewing now gets you and your girl ready for the next year of Girl Scouts. When the new school year rolls around, it’s one less thing to worry about because you know you’re all set.
First, we want to thank everyone who participated in our Spring Renewal Campaign. We are beyond thrilled with how many adults and girls renewed early this year. Even better than our gratitude, all our early birds qualify for some pretty great perks, including Sage Tuition Rewards Points.
This system turns your renewal fee into money for college for anyone you choose still in high school. Every dollar turns into a point, which in turn becomes a $1,000! The $25 cost for girls becomes $2,500 and the $35 for co-leaders and Service Unit Managers becomes $3,500! Even better, you don’t have to assign these points right away and you can change who you’d like to receive them.
To receive these points, you must create an account with Sage Scholarsby Friday, June 8. This allows the points to be added automatically this summer. Failing to sign up unfortunately means you won’t receive your points – they can’t be added retroactively.
Visit www.tuitionrewards.com to set up an account. At that time, you can designate recipients for the tuition points, or edit the list later. If you have issues logging in, or have questions about your account, please contact Sage directly using the “Contact Us” link on their website. We are unable to assist with your account. While on the Sage Rewards website, you can learn more about how the points work, who can use them, qualifying colleges and more.
If you have additional questions, please review this FAQ sheet.