Students in the Cedar Crest College School of Adult and Graduate Education (SAGE) are eligible for a number of scholarships and awards. (Note: An adult student is a student who has been out of high school for more than four years.) Here are the current options for which SAGE students may apply.
Cedar Crest College recognizes the academic achievements of transfer students. Students who transfer from a regionally accredited college or university to Cedar Crest College may be eligible to receive a scholarship to pursue a baccalaureate degree. An unlimited number of scholarships are available. Transfer students must meet all of the following criteria to be considered for a scholarship:
The scholarship award will be equivalent to 25% of the tuition, not to exceed the amount of $2,000 per semester, and is renewable for two consecutive years. Cedar Crest College offers a full-time scholarship to students who meet the following criteria:
The scholarship award will be 10% of the tuition and is awarded for four consecutive years. Cedar Crest College offers a part-time scholarship to students who meet the following criteria:
These scholarships are provided by the Newcombe Foundation and are specifically designed to assist the mature/second-career woman. Normally these scholarships are awarded as a part of the student’s financial aid package to complement other sources of assistance. To be eligible, students must:
Life circumstances other than those normally reviewed in the financial aid process will be considered. Funds are limited. The Newcombe Foundation website is at www.newcombefoundation.org.
The School of Adult and Graduate Education has partnered with local institutions to help their employees and members reach their educational goals by offering tuition discounts on courses taken at Cedar Crest College. To see if your employer or organization is a partner in this program, please click on “Pathways to Professional Excellence.”
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the largest and oldest national organization of women who are college graduates. AAUW promotes education and equity for women and girls.
Non-Traditional Female Students’ Scholarship Guidelines:
Awards range in size from $500 per year. For more information, inquire at the Student Financial Services office. Application for Bethlehem Branch AAUW scholarship must be made before March 1.
The Lehigh Valley Chapter of Executive Women International (EWI) offers Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) Scholarships which benefit non-traditional students. Selection criteria includes, but is not limited to: financial need; socially/physically/economically challenged adults; responsible for small children.
Application for these scholarships must be made before April 15th. Application forms may be downloaded at www.ewiconnect.com.
Deadline: March 29
The WBC scholarship recognizes adult learners who wish to attend a higher education institution and who have graduated from high school at least one year ago. These women have demonstrated academic ability and a commitment to learning, achievement, and community service. The scholarship assists women in their pursuit of higher education and their desire to assist other young women in reaching their full leadership potential after post-secondary graduation.