At Woodmont College, we believe that anyone should be given the opportunity of an excellent education, regardless of financial status. Need- based tuition reductions are offered to eligible students upon submission of two years of income tax returns. The Financial Assistance Department reviews the returns, and based on income and household size, as well as extenuating circumstances that may increase expenses significantly for the household, determines how much a student can afford. Level of education may play a role if the applicant is seeking a first degree. We offer up to 30% off of regular tuition for Bachelor’s degrees, and up to 15% off of regular tuition for Associate’s degrees.
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Woodmont College appreciates the value of hard work and academic accomplishment. A student with a combined SAT score of 1300 (Verbal + math score) or ACT score of 28 or above is eligible for up to 30% off of tuition, subject to availability.
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Woodmont College salutes the dedicated professionals working as educators in Jewish educational institutions. The Jewish Educator Scholarship is available to Jewish educational professionals who are currently teaching at a Jewish educational institution, and who have been employed as educators in
Jewish educational institutions for at least three years.
Applicants must submit a letter of employment from their current employers confirming that the applicant is currently working as an educator in a Jewish educational institution and stating the years they have been employed as Jewish educators. Scholarships of up to 25% discount from full tuition are awarded on a course-by-course basis, based on availability.
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Woodmont College recognizes that there are individuals who are highly motivated to study and succeed, yet do not have the means to pay. The Dean’s Scholarship is a unique scholarship designed to give these individuals the opportunity to attend college.
Eligibility: Scholarships are awarded based on student’s academic performance and achievement, evaluation of transcripts, interview, and Dean’s scholarship essay.
Terms of Scholarship:
Dean’s Scholars benefit from a significant tuition reduction, ranging from $120 – $250 per credit, depending on availability. Dean’s Scholars are expected to complete their program of study in a timely manner and maintain a 3.5 GPA (B+ average). Students must take at least 15 credits a year in order to maintain their scholarships. Students are evaluated on an annual basis to ensure that they remain eligible for the Dean’s Scholarship. Dean’s Scholarships are granted based on available funding for the program, and may not be deferred.
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Recipients of the Dean’s Scholarship commit to completing their Bachelor’s degree and graduating from Woodmont College. Dean’s Scholars who withdraw from Woodmont College without completing their degrees will be retroactively charged full tuition for all courses they have taken at Woodmont and will need to repay all scholarship monies to the institution.
Failure to uphold some terms of scholarships may result in students being retroactively charged full tuition for courses.
All scholarships and financial assistance packages refer to tuition fees only. There is no reduction for other fees or textbooks. All scholarship awards are at the discretion of the institution.
Non-matriculating and auditing students may not be eligible to apply for scholarships.
Some scholarships are limited to students pursuing their first degree.
Woodmont College does not offer discounts on tuition.
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