ACE Welcomes Harrison College Students with Tuition Grant

American College of Education is pleased to welcome transfer students affected by the recent closure of Harrison College.

At ACE, we believe that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice quality for cost. That’s why we’re offering the Harrison College Student Grant* to Harrison students for their first two terms (up to six credits). Simply, we will cover full tuition costs during the first two terms, so Harrison students can get settled at ACE and in their new program.

There’s more! We know there are many students in medical related programs, so we've added a November term start to our B.S. in Healthcare Administration program and we're also opening the ranks of our RN to MSN program, which starts again in January. The B.S. in Healthcare Administration program is a bachelor’s completion program that provides students with at least 60 semester credits a direct pathway to earn a bachelor’s degree.

Our programs deliver the top-tier instruction you deserve without the financial burden you’d expect. Our healthcare programs have relevant and immediately applicable coursework, so you’ll develop the skills you actually need to advance your career. 

If you’re ready to take the next step, complete the form below, or call a representative at 855.814.8239, option 2. Please let us know that you are a Harrison student and we can walk you through the application process and answer any program-specific questions.


Harrison College Student Grant

*The Harrison College grant provides a tuition grant for students for their first two terms (up to six credits). Students that meet the Grant eligibility requirement, stay continuously enrolled in the program, and maintain good academic standing will receive a Grant covering full tuition costs for the first two terms of the program. Grant recipients will be responsible for paying all fees and any additional costs associated with their program enrollment during the first two terms.

You will be eligible to receive the Harrison College Student Grant if you meet the following criteria:

1.) You attended Harrison College for at least one term between September 14, 2017 and September,14, 2018.

2.) You have completed a minimum 60 credit hours.

3.) You meet American College of Education Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration program admissions requirements; and

4.) Enroll in an American College of Education Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration program for either the November 12, 2018 term or January 7, 2019 term.

To qualify to receive the Harrison College Student Grant:

1.) Grant recipients must remain continuously enrolled for the first two terms in the program. If a recipient should withdraw or be dismissed from the program or College for any reason and later return, the student will no longer be eligible to qualify for the Grant.

Grant amounts are applied only to program tuition costs and will cover tuition costs for the first two terms of the program as long as the eligible student continues to meet the qualification requirements listed above. Grant recipients will be responsible for paying all fees and any additional costs associated with the program for the first two terms. Grant recipients are ineligible to apply for any additional grant or scholarship program offered by the College, during the first two terms. 

After the first two terms of enrollment are completed, the recipient will be responsible for the payment of all tuition and fees associated with their enrollment in future courses at American College of Education.

 

 

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