Associate+Bachelor's Degree Program Scholarship
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When you enroll in an RIT Associate+Bachelor's Degree Program, you're eligible for a scholarship for up to five years. In addition, because RIT receives special federal support for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, you pay only about one-third of RIT's regular tuition. You receive a top-quality education at a substantially reduced tuition rate.
Here’s How the Scholarship Works:
- You must be accepted into an RIT Associate+Bachelor's Degree Program, and have a strong record of achievement. Scholarships are awarded based on previous course work, GPA and ACT/SAT scores.
- While in your associate degree program, you’re eligible for a $2,500 scholarship per year for up to three years.
- Upon successful enrollment into your bachelor’s degree program, you’ll be eligible to continue receiving the original $2,500 per year plus an additional $1,000 per year.
These special scholarships are available for new students entering the Associate+Bachelor's Degree Program, but the number of scholarships available is limited, so apply early.