South College Graduate Healthcare MBA Grant
The South College Graduate Health Care MBA Grant is available to any eligible student who has graduated from a South College Graduate Health Care program (Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Physical Therapy, or Masters of Health Science Physician Assistant). This Grant is effective beginning April 1, 2020. South College reserves the right to discontinue this Grant at its discretion.
The South College Graduate Health Care MBA Grant is disbursed each term to reduce the overall cost of tuition to the equivalent of $500 per course enrolled plus mandatory fees. Students who are eligible for the grant are responsible for any additional fees incurred during the quarter, including but not limited to, Technology Fees, Book Fees, and Graduation Fees. As tuition is subject to change during the course of a student’s enrollment in the MBA program, The Grant amounts may vary from term to term as it is applied to reduce tuition to the $500 per course charge.
Other restrictions/details of the grant are as follows:
- A South College Graduate Health Care student that has completed the Graduate program may enroll in one class or up to a full-time status in the MBA program.
- A South College Graduate Health Care student that has completed the Graduate program may complete multiple concentrations in the MBA program, but will only be awarded one MBA degree.
- Students receiving the South College Graduate Health Care MBA Grant are not eligible to apply Federal Financial Aid (Title IV) funds to their student accounts.
The Grant award is applied against tuition only. The maximum Grant amount in any term will not exceed the difference between total tuition and the remaining $500 tuition charge per enrolled course.