The National University and Randstad Tuition Scholarship is designed to help Randstad employees and family advance their educational and career goals. This benefit, which can be applied to over 75 programs, includes a 25% Tuition Scholarship for employees, and a 15% Tuition Scholarship for spouses and dependents*.
Why Choose National University?
- Unique four-week class format
- Programs are available onsite, online, or through a hybrid combination
- 75+ associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs
- 10th largest school of education in the country
- Credential (CA/NV) programs available
- Campus locations across California and in Nevada
Proof of employment is required to receive your 25% tuition reduction scholarship. Complete this form and provide supporting documentation with your online application. If you have any questions about this opportunity please call 1-855-474-6910. Be sure to mention to your advisor your scholarship code, RUSA for employees and RUSAD for spouses and dependents!
About National University
Founded in 1971, National University is among the largest private nonprofit universities in California. With more than 180,000 alumni, National University is the flagship institution of the National University System. National University is dedicated to making lifelong learning opportunities accessible, challenging, and relevant to a diverse population of students. Three schools – the College of Letters and Sciences; Sanford College of Education; and the College of Professional Studies – offer more than 75 graduate and undergraduate degrees and 23 teacher credentials. Programs are offered at locations throughout California and across the nation, and are also available online. National University is headquartered in La Jolla, California.
* Nursing, radiation therapy, and doctoral programs are excluded.
National University, a California-based institution, makes continual efforts to comply with state authorization regulations governing out-of-state educational activities and to obtain required approvals. Since these regulations vary by state and change over time, all National University programs are not available to students in every state.