The Tuition Scholarship program at Taylor University applies to all full-time employees. There is no benefit for part-time employees. Tuition Scholarships apply only to undergraduate tuition. The scholarships do not apply to room, board, and other fees, or to graduate school programs. Full-time students must complete the federal financial aid application by March 10 prior to the school year in which they want to receive the tuition scholarship benefit. The combination of all Taylor University grants and scholarships, the State of Indiana Need-based grants and Tuition Scholarship will equal the percentage amount for Tuition Scholarship.
Full-time employees are allowed to receive Tuition Scholarship for up to six (6) credit hours of classes per term as their job responsibilities permit. The waiting period for this scholarship is the same as for medical benefits.
Spouses will be allowed to pursue their first baccalaureate degree full-time and subsequent courses part-time (maximum of six hours per semester). Dependent children will be allowed to pursue their first baccalaureate degree not to exceed 160 hours completed by the time the student can no longer file the federal financial aid application as a dependent student.