First course and books at no cost and no technology fee in your first term for the DNP program

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014 or Jan. 12, 2015. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes.

First course at no cost and no technology fee for the first term for the M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014 or Jan. 12, 2015.  Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes.

$5,500 grant for Executive Master in Business Management 

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on March 2, 2015. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes. The grant funds will be applied to the student’s account approximately four to six weeks from the start date and applied up to $500 for the first term and then up to $1,000 per semester for the next five consecutive terms.

$5,000 grant for Doctor of Business Administration and Doctor of Information Technology

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Jan. 5, 2015.  This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes. The grant funds will be applied to the student’s account approximately four to six weeks from the start date and applied up to $1,000 per term for five consecutive terms.

$5,000 grant for Ph.D. in Education, Ph.D. in Management, Ph.D. in Psychology, Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Ph.D. in Human Services, and Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014.  This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes. The grant funds will be applied to the student’s account approximately four to six weeks from the start date and applied up to $1,000 per term for five consecutive terms.

$3,000 grant for Master of Public Health (MPH)

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes. The grant funds will be applied to the student’s account approximately four to six weeks from the start date and applied up to $1,000 per term for three consecutive terms.

$3,000 grant for M.S. in Psychology, M.S. in Clinical PsychologyM.S. in Forensic Psychology, and M.S. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

This grant is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes. The grant funds will be applied to the student’s account approximately four to six weeks from the start date and applied up to $1,000 per quarter for three consecutive terms.

$2,500 grant for Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program with a specialization in Nursing InformaticsNursing Education, or Leadership and Management

This grant is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes. The grant funds will be applied to the student’s account approximately four to six weeks from the start date and applied up to $500 per quarter for five consecutive terms.

$1,500 for scholarship for bachelor’s programs

This scholarship is only available to new students residing in the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014, and already hold an associate degree.  This scholarship is valued up to $1,500 and can only be applied toward the cost of tuition. When combining this scholarship with the “first six weeks free” tuition savings, the scholarship amount will be applied to the student’s next full-term enrollment. The university must be in receipt of the student’s official transcript within 30 days of the student start date in order to confirm scholarship eligibility. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes.

M.S. in Health Education and Promotion first course at no cost in addition to 20% tuition reduction

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing outside the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes.

20% tuition reduction for all bachelor’s programs

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing outside the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014, Jan. 12 or March 2, 2015. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes.

20% tuition reduction for all master’s (excluding the M.S. in Education Accelerated) and certificate programs

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing outside the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014, Jan. 5, Jan. 12 or March 2, 2015. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes.

30% tuition reduction for all Education Specialist (Ed.S.) and doctoral programs

This tuition reduction is only available to new students residing outside the U.S. who begin classes on Dec. 1, 2014, Jan. 5, Jan. 12 or March 2, 2015. This tuition reduction may not be combined with any other grant or tuition reduction for the lifetime of the program. Students are responsible for other non-tuition costs, including but not limited to university and program and custom-related fees and taxes.

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