The scholarship is available to new students enrolling in a degree or certificate program and starting in the September 7th, 2020 undergraduate and graduate term.
- New undergraduate degree or certificate seeking student enrolling and taking at least one course in both the September 7th and November 2nd terms.
- New graduate degree or certificate seeking student enrolling and taking one course, each, in the September 7th, October 19th, and November 30th terms.
- The scholarship is not available to any student who applies to the College for non-continuous/single course enrollment.
- Applicants must meet all undergraduate or graduate program admissions criteria.
- Students who are eligible for a tuition rate that is below the College’s standard corporate partner tuition rate are not eligible for this scholarship.
Students who qualify for this scholarship may be eligible for the following award:
- Undergraduate students: 50% discount off the tuition of one course, each, in the September and November terms.
- Graduate students: 50% discount off the tuition of one course in the September term.
- For undergraduate students, the scholarship award will be applied against the tuition for one course in the September term and one course in the November term. For graduate students, the award will be applied against the tuition for one course in the September term.
- The funds cannot be used to pay eResource fees or for books.
- The scholarship may be awarded in addition to a corporate partnership discount rate being applied.
- The award is not transferable. For undergraduate students, the award may not be combined with any other institutional scholarship. For graduate students, the award may be combined with any other institutional scholarship.
How to Apply
Students must complete and submit the scholarship application form no later than August 31 for the undergraduate term and August 17 for the graduate term. There is no fee to apply for this scholarship. All applications will be reviewed for approval by the College’s director of admissions, provost and president. Scholarship awards are made at the sole discretion of the College. All scholarship decisions are final and are not subject to appeal.