How it Works
Students must first provide verification of hardship. Items such as: letter from previous employer, Unemployment documents, food stamp accounts, and prison release letters are some forms of verification. Others may be considered, but on a case by case basis.
Once a hardship has been established, the student can apply for admission. If the student meets all other requirements, they will be accepted to enroll. Students will sign an agreement to the following requirements for this program:
Students who participate in this program, agree to the following items:
- Must successfully complete their designated program with final certification
- Must accept position of employment with affiliated partner that provides tuition reimbursement
- Must apply for work study
Download request form here.
Hardship Request Form