25% Tuition Reduction for Continuity and Resilience Today (CRT) Members or Attendees
Eligible Members or Attendees of Continuity and Resilience Today (CRT) who enroll for any term start between 1/1/2021 and 6/30/2021 can receive a 25% tuition reduction.
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Exclusive Tuition Reduction for Continuity and Resilience Today (CRT)
25% Tuition Reduction*
$5,000 GrantFOR DOCTORAL PROGRAMS
$3,000 GrantFOR MASTER'S PROGRAMS
$3,000 GrantFOR BACHELOR'S PROGRAMS
Eligible members or attendees of Continuity and Resilience Today (CRT) who enroll for any term start between 1/1/2021 and 6/30/2021 can receive a tuition grant in addition to the 25% tuition reduction offered.
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