A. (1) full scholarship for an undergraduate or graduate micro-certificate program ("Scholarship"), which are short programs of three to four courses offered 100 percent online designed for students from all walks of life—busy parents, career changers, those looking for professional development, and more. Undergraduate micro-certificates are four 3.0 credit courses, and graduate micro-certificates are three 3.0 credit courses. Completed micro-certificates are transferrable into related Bachelor's and Master's degrees in the future.
B.Recipient must apply for and satisfy all of the University's admission requirements no later than the day prior to the first day of the micro-certificate program. Failure to timely apply and satisfy the admission requirements shall void the Scholarship. Recipient must enroll in and start the micro-certificate program no later than the Fall 2023 semester, which begins in August 2023. If Recipient has not started the program by such time, the Scholarship shall be void.
D. The cost of books and supplies is not included. Only tuition costs for three to four 3.0 credit courses in the micro-certificate program are included.
E. The University shall identify a point of contact at the College of Professional Studies to work with Recipient.
F. Recipient shall be responsible for complying with all applicable codes, guidelines, policies, practices, procedures, regulations, and rules (collectively, "Rules") of the University while enrolled in any of its programs and shall be subject to all such Rules, including as they apply to conduct and disciplinary matters. Failure to comply may lead to loss of the Recipient's Scholarship.
G. Scholarship is valued between $4,500 and $5,700 depending on the academic level. Scholarship may not be assigned, sold, transferred, or otherwise provided to or used by any person