- Talk with a Financial Aid Counselor
Your BW education can be affordable! Lots of information is available at your finger tips on these pages, but sometimes a conversation really helps. To talk with a Financial Aid specialist or meet with a counselor, call 440-826-2108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lower Tuition Rates for Part-time Adult and Continuing Education Classes
Did you know you can save thousands of dollars on the total cost of education by attending Baldwin Wallace University part-time as an Adult and Continuing Education student? Many adults find that one to three classes a semester is all they can handle with work and family responsibilities - this is considered part-time status. As a Part-time Adult and Continuing Education student, BW discounts your tuition significantly. Full-time students pay the same tuition for 12-18 credit hours attending days, evenings or Saturdays.
Tuition Reimbursement Payment Program (TRPP)
BW has a special payment plan for working adults who receive tuition benefits from their employer. BW's Tuition Reimbursement Payment Program (TRPP) gives you 30 days after the semester to present grades to your employer and pay the College, easing your out-of-pocket costs as you register for classes. even if your employer's tuition benefit program covers only a few dollars a year, you can still participate in TRPP.
Grants and Low Interest Loans
Grants may be available for Adult and Continuing Education students, based on financial eligibility and whether they are attending full-time or part-time. Many Adult and Continuing Education students take advantage of student loans to help finance their education because of low interest rates and deferred, flexible repayment options. Half-time students (six or more credit hours per term) are almost always eligible to receive a Federal Direct Loan, and students with less than six credits per term may consider alternative loans. To qualify for federal grants and/or loans, you must apply for financial aid.
Scholarships for full-time transfer students range from $1,000 to $8,500 per year. Eligibility for these awards are determined by the Admission Office.
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