20% Tuition Reduction for Fraternal Order of Police Members
Eligible Members of Fraternal Order of Police who enroll for any term start between 7/1/2021 and 12/31/2021 can receive a 20% tuition reduction.*
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Exclusive Tuition Reduction for Fraternal Order of Police
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As a university with a mission of positive social change, Walden is committed to educating students in our criminal justice programs, our partners, and the criminal justice community about reforms being discussed at the national level.