Tuition Waiver Scholarships

A dependent child, according to IRS guidelines, with at least one parent employed at a participating institution will be eligible for a tuition waiver scholarship. The award is renewable for up to four (4) consecutive years, or eight (8) consecutive semester units, and no more than 160 hours of full-time undergraduate study.

Anderson University participates in three tuition waiver programs:

Imports

Selection Criteria:

  • Must be a traditional, first-year undergraduate full-time student.
  • Must be a dependent child, according to IRS guidelines, of an employee of an approved tuition waiver participating institution and the dependent child would like to attend Anderson University.

Application Process:

  • Submit the application and documentation needed for admission to Anderson University and receive acceptance of admission to Anderson University by Jan 15.
  • Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by Jan 15.
  • Submit the home institution tuition waiver application from one of three participating programs (CCCU, CIC, and TEI) by Jan 15.
  • Submit the admissions enrollment deposit to Anderson University by May 1.

Awarding Process:

  • Institutional aid will be applied first.
  • State grants will be applied next. (This will require families to submit a FAFSA.)
  • The tuition waiver will then be applied to the remaining tuition amount. (Fees not covered by tuition waiver include but are not limited to administrative student fees, room and board fees, health service fees, meal plan fees, student activity fees, information system fees, additional course fees, lab fees, books and supplies, Tri-S trip expenses, off-campus activities, graduate study, second undergraduate degrees or special studies programs.)
  • Notification of acceptance will be made to awarded recipients by the Office of Admission via letter by Jan 31.

Renewal Process:

  • It is the responsibility of the student and the exporting institution to provide the form to Anderson University for renewal by July 1 of the school year for renewal. The form should be marked for renewal and the school year of the renewal.
  • The awarded recipient must be in good academic standing at the end of the spring term preceding the renewal. (Grades are usually posted around mid-June.)
  • The awarded recipient must meet Anderson University standards for personal conduct.
  • The awarded recipient must be enrolled full time in the first undergraduate degree.
  • The awarded recipient must meet financial aid Satisfactory Academic Progress. (Separate from academic progress as determined by the Provost)

Exports

Selection Criteria:

  • Must be a traditional, first-year undergraduate full-time student.
  • Must be a dependent child, according to IRS guidelines, of an Anderson University employee and the dependent child wants to attend an institution other than Anderson University.

Application Process:

  • Submit the application and documentation needed for admission to Anderson University and receive acceptance of admission to Anderson University by Jan 15.
  • Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by Jan 15.
  • Submit the home institution tuition waiver application from one of three participating programs (CCCU, CIC, and TEI) by Jan 15 through the tuition waiver liaison at Anderson University.
  • Submit the admissions enrollment deposit to Anderson University by May 1.

Awarding process:

  • Notification of award will be made by the importing institution, not Anderson University.