In celebration of professional excellence,
Walden University is offering scholarships to members of the Fraternal Order of Police who enroll in a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree program for start dates in September 2019 through December 2019.
A Total of 19 scholarships will be awarded for the following programs:*
Bachelor’s Degree Programs: up to $11,000
Master’s Degree Programs: up to $13,000
Doctoral Degree Programs: up to $15,000
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How to Apply:
1. Visit WaldenU.edu/FOP
Fill out the form to request more information. An enrollment advisor will be in touch about the next steps.
2. Apply to Walden
The first 19 applicants to meet the eligibility requirements and enroll for a start date in September 2019 through December 2019 will be eligible to receive a scholarship.
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Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship Program Eligibility Requirements:
Must be FOP members. Must have at least a 3.25 GPA in previous undergraduate and graduate coursework.
Must meet all admission requirements and be fully accepted into one of Walden University’s eligible programs, with the university in receipt of all of the applicant’s official documentation.
Cannot receive another merit-based Walden scholarship.
If applicants for nursing programs, must have current and active licensure in their country of residence.
Must start classes in September 2019 through December 2019, or the scholarship will be forfeited.
Cannot be employed by Laureate Education, Inc. or any of its subsidiaries.
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1-855-591-7858 | WaldenU.edu/FOP
*A scholarship is applicable to tuition only and does not apply toward books, materials, and other supplies or fees needed for the program. Current or former Walden students are not eligible for this scholarship. All scholarship recipients who enroll in a Walden program are responsible for the technology fee each term as well as any other non-tuition costs including but not limited to residency travel and other university or program fees as applicable. This offer may not be combined with another offer. Scholarship funds cannot be combined with partner tuition benefits and/or any current grants, scholarships, or promotions being offered.
The scholarships being awarded apply to all programs, excluding the Family Nurse Practitioner specialization in the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program, Tempo Learning® programs, the accelerated specializations and the Self-Designed specialization in the MS in Education (MSEd) program, and the PhD in Management and PhD in Public Health completion programs.
Scholarship recipients must be members of the Fraternal Order of Police and start classes on a start date in September, October, November, or December 2019, or the scholarship will be forfeited. Recipients must have at least a 3.25 GPA in previous undergraduate or graduate coursework and cannot have received another merit-based Walden scholarship. Applicants must meet all the admission requirements and be fully accepted into one of Walden University’s eligible programs, with the university in receipt of all the applicant’s official documentation. Applicants to nursing programs must have current and active licensure in their country of residence. Scholarship recipients cannot be employed by Laureate Education, Inc., or any of its subsidiaries.
Scholarships will be awarded as a tuition reduction as follows: Up to $2,200 for up to five consecutive terms for bachelor’s programs and the Doctor of Education (EdD) program; up to $2,600 for up to five consecutive terms for master’s programs; up to S2,500 for up to six consecutive terms for doctoral programs (excluding the Doctor of Education (EdD) program; and up to $1,400 for up to five consecutive terms for the MSEd program. If a scholarship recipient’s tuition fees are less than the maximum per-term award amount or a scholarship recipient enrolls for less than the maximum number of consecutive terms, the full amount of the scholarship will not be received.
Scholarship funds will not be applied to any past due balance or outstanding bills or charges. Students will not receive cash back at any time. Students must remain continuously enrolled in the designated program in order to receive the scholarship. Students who withdraw from the program or university or change to another degree program will not remain eligible for this scholarship and will forfeit the remaining scholarship funds. In order for scholarship funding to continue until the award is depleted, recipients must meet the satisfactory academic progress criteria set forth by Walden University’s current catalog for the duration of their program.
All tuition reductions, grants, or scholarships are subject to specific eligibility requirements. Contact a Walden University enrollment advisor for details.