Davenport University Cuts Tuition For Unemployed 7-13-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Davenport University Cuts Tuition For Unemployed 7-13-2010

Davenport University is now offering 25 percent off tuition for any unemployed person who wants to return to school.
Officials said the recent end of the Michigan Works retraining program and funding prompted the university to provide support to the local communities by offering the discount.
The offer is good to any current or potential student who is unemployed.
"Current economic environments across the state of Michigan have created challenges for many," said Larry Polselli, Ed.D., executive vice president for enrollment and student development. "With 14 campuses across the state and programs tied to today’s jobs, Davenport University is uniquely positioned to help students by extending this tuition discount when people need it most."
Locally, Davenport has satellite campuses in Caro, Flint, Midland and Saginaw.
Details about the discount include:
  • Any current student who can show documentation of current unemployment will be eligible for the 25 percent discount (Unemployment letter, paycheck stub, confirmation page, etc.)
  • Students who are underemployed and currently in a Michigan Works program and can provide Michigan Works documentation will be eligible for the 25 percent discount.
  • The discount will be applied for the entire financial aid year that it is awarded.
  • The discount is not retroactive and may not be combined with other tuition or scholarship offers.
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