Sanford College of Education Re-entry Scholarship February 2022
Terms & Conditions
National University is proud to offer the Sanford College of Education Re-Entry Scholarship. This offer will award a 50% scholarship for remaining courses for re-enrolling students in Master’s degree programs in SCOE.
- Scholarship applicants must re-enroll into a qualified Master’s degree program which includes:
- Master of Special Education
- Master of Educational Administration
- Master of Education in Teaching
- Master of Education
- Scholarship applicants must submit a SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship application by May 2, 2022.
- Scholarship applicants must meet all admissions requirements of National University.
- Scholarship applicants, once enrolled, must not receive or be eligible to receive a total of 100% tuition reimbursement from any source(s) including but not limited to: corporate reimbursement, preferred tuition rate, other scholarships and/or private Scholarships with the exception of Veteran’s Administration GI benefits, Veteran’s Administration Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits, military tuition assistance and Title IV financial aid funding.
- Scholarship applicant must not be a current NU student.
- If the applicant needs to adjust their start date to a date in the following month, the University reserves the right to allow the applicant to remain eligible and apply for that month’s offer.
- The scholarship award will be based on the approval of re-admission into one of the qualified programs.
- Scholarship selection shall not be made with regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law.
- NU and its employees, officers, directors, affiliates, agents, and representatives are not responsible for any typographical or other errors in the offer or administration of the [scholarship/grant/award], including, but not limited to, errors in any printing or posting of these terms and conditions, the selection and announcement of any winner, or the distribution of any SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship. NU may correct any such errors in its sole discretion.
- Any necessary determination, or clarification, as to the interpretation or to the application of a particular term shall be made by NU in its sole discretion. NU reserves the right in its sole discretion to terminate, suspend or make any changes or modifications to the SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship, including, but not limited to, the criteria, the selection process, the deadline dates, and the terms and conditions.
- Any applicant suspected of tampering with or disrupting any aspect of the SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship award process will be disqualified. All decisions of NU are final. By participating, an applicant: (i) agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions, (ii) Represents and warrants that they have not received any other scholarship from NU AND/OR if verification of eligibility by the acknowledgement of the terms and conditions, suggest insert of: Represents and warrants that they are eligible to receive this scholarship based on the terms and conditions described herein, (iii) agrees to release, indemnify and hold harmless NU and its employees, officers, directors, affiliates, agents, trustees, and representatives, from any and all claims, liabilities, losses and damages of any kind arising in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from his or her application or acceptance, possession, use, or misuse of the SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship, and (iv) grants NU a sole, worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free, irrevocable, sublicensable, transferable right to use his or her application, as well as his or her name, likeness, voice, biographical information, and statements, for advertising and promotional purposes, in any media now known or hereafter invented, without compensation or notification, except as prohibited by law.
- NU makes no warranties of any kind, express or implied, with respect to the SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship. Acceptance, participation in and/or use of the SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship is at an applicant’s sole risk and NU is not responsible for any damages whatsoever including special, indirect, or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use and/or misuse of the SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship.
- Re-admitted students that meet the eligibility requirements will receive a 50% tuition scholarship on remaining classes.
- The Scholarship has no cash value.
- Scholarships that are awarded to the recipients may only be used to assist with the payment of their tuition in an eligible program and are not redeemable in cash.
- No student will receive more than one SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship.
- No student will receive more than one offer such as scholarships, grants, technology awards, or preferred tuition rates.
- The Scholarship does not include the costs of books or course required materials
- Any Scholarship funds that are awarded may not be used for the purchase of books, any fees that may be applicable to their degree program, and outside materials (computers, internet service etc.).
- For applicants using FFA, the applicant understands that a scholarship award is financial assistance and counts toward the student’s cost of attendance. As such, the amount of FFA available to the student may be impacted. The Student Financial Services team will conduct a financial review of all Scholarship winners and articulate any changes needed to the respective recipients.
- Any courses accepted as transfer from another school to an NU degree plan will only reduce the necessary coursework required to complete a degree at NU and will not result in any additional unused scholarship funds.
- Courses taken under the Scholarship may be recorded against the student’s calendar year 1098-T.
- All existing student policies located in the NU Catalog must be adhered to while the recipient is a student at NU.
- For the duration of the award, students must be succeeding in their degree program. The student must maintain a Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) of GOOD. Please see the current catalog for SAP definitions.
- Should a Scholarship recipient withdraw or be dismissed from NU prior to disbursement of all Scholarship funds awarded to him or her, the balance of the tuition funds awarded, but not disbursed, will be terminated and will not be available to the student for future courses.
- If a Scholarship recipient withdraws from a course or receives a non-passing grade, the cost to retake the course will not be discounted by the SCOE Re-Entry Scholarship.
- Scholarship funds may only be applied to courses in the recipient’s original academic program following award of the scholarship, except as follows: (1) the recipient opts to transfer to a new academic program prior to completion of 33% or more of the courses in the original academic program and the new academic program is eligible under the terms of the scholarship, or (2) the recipient opts to transfer to a new specialization within the original academic program prior to completion of 33% or more of the courses in the original specialization and the new specialization is eligible under the terms of the scholarship. Scholarship funds are not otherwise transferable.