15% Tuition Reduction Plus Grants for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Members
Eligible Members of National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) who enroll for any term start between 1/1/2022 and 6/30/2022 can receive a 15% tuition reduction* plus:
-$3,000 grant for bachelor's and master’s programs
-$5,000 grant for doctoral programs
Or, now when you enroll in our Tempo competency-based BS in Early Childhood Studies program or competency-based MS in Early Childhood Studies program you may be eligible to receive an additional $2,000 grant.**
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Exclusive Tuition Reduction for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
15% Tuition Reduction*
$5,000 GrantFOR DOCTORAL PROGRAMS
$3,000 GrantFOR MASTER'S PROGRAMS
$3,000 GrantFOR BACHELOR'S PROGRAMS
Eligible Members of National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) who enroll for any term start between 1/1/2022 and 6/30/2022 can receive a tuition grant in addition to the 15% tuition reduction offered.*
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