Eligible affiliates or members of Black Nurses Rock who enroll for any term start between 1/1/20 and 6/30/20 can receive a tuition grant in addition to the 10% tuition reduction offered:
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*A 10% tuition reduction and a tuition grant of up to $3,000 for bachelor’s and master’s programs or up to $5,000 for doctoral programs are available to eligible new students who are affiliates or members of Black Nurses Rock and who enroll and start class between January 1, 2020 and June 30, 2020. No tuition reduction or tuition grant will be made retroactively.
The tuition reduction excludes the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) specialization in the MSN program. The tuition grant excludes competency-based programs, the FNP specialization in the MSN program, accelerated specializations and the one-credit track in the MSEd program, and the Self-Designed specializations in the MSEd, PhD in Management, and PhD in Public Health programs. The tuition grant is awarded as a tuition reduction of up to $500 for up to six consecutive terms for bachelor’s and master’s programs and up to ten consecutive terms for doctoral programs, beginning with the first term of enrollment, until the entire tuition grant has been earned or the student is no longer eligible. Students must be enrolled continuously (without break) to receive the full tuition grant.
Tuition grants and tuition reductions are applicable to tuition only and do not apply toward books, materials, and other supplies or fees needed for a course. The tuition grants and tuition reductions cannot be used by a student in combination with any other tuition reduction benefit. The tuition grant is a “non-cash” award, and in no event will the recipient receive a check or other disbursement of money pursuant to this tuition grant. The tuition grant may only be used for credit-bearing courses within the recipient’s program; non-credit courses are not permitted under the tuition grant.Walden may change the tuition reduction or tuition grant offered hereunder at any time, but such change will not affect the tuition reduction or tuition grant for students who are currently enrolled at Walden and using the existing tuition reduction or tuition grant. All tuition reductions, grants, or scholarships are subject to specific eligibility requirements. Contact a Walden University enrollment specialist for details.