Earning a master's degree doesn't take all your earnings
August 3, 2004
Thomasville - Thomas University is launching a new fellowship that will pay 40% of graduate students' tuition.
It's available in four master's programs: Education, Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling and Business Administration. Dr. Kimberly Estep, VP of Academic Affairs says, "Our fellowships will bring our tuition down to where we're in line with public institutions that have similar tuition rates, so that our regional students can afford a Master's program at about the same rate they would pay at a public institution."
In order to qualify for the fellowship, you must apply to a graduate program within the next two weeks. Twelve fellowships are available for each program.