UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
The University Partnership Scholarship is designed to enhance collaboration between educational institutions and facilitate continued higher education for students. It is offered to students from Universities and Colleges outside of the United States with whom American National University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding and certain Program Agreements. The agreements either relate to joint programs or to the acceptance of academic credits earned in certain other specific programs.
UNIVERSITY TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP
The University Transfer Scholarship is designed to enhance collaboration between educational institutions and facilitate continued higher education for international students. It is offered to students from Universities and Colleges or English as a Second Language programs within the United States who transfer their I‐20 to American National University. The scholarship is a one‐time award of $1,000, credited to the student’s account their first term of enrollment, and is non‐renewable. This scholarship may be combined with the Globalization Scholarship, and is available to students who enroll prior to October 27, 2020.
To recognize the globalization of this institution as we near the end of the second decade of the 21st century, the Board of Directors has established the globalization scholarship. This scholarship establishes a fixed all-inclusive tuition rate for all graduate-level students at a rate of $304 per credit hour. The parameters of the scholarship are applicable to any student who starts or continues their enrollment in any terms beginning at Term 197 or later, but before October 27, 2020. This tuition rate will remain in effect for those students during their continuous enrollment in the same program until their completion. This tuition rate includes all required technology fees, graduation fees, ancillary institutional charges, and books. Other than the University Transfer Scholarship, no other institutional scholarships will be applicable to a student who is eligible for the Globalization Scholarship. To remain eligible for the scholarship, students must remain continuously enrolled on at least a part‐time basis and must abide by all institutional policies, both academic and financial, during their term of enrollment.
INTERNATIONAL TUITION DEPOSIT GRANT
The International Tuition Deposit Grant is designed to reward new international students who continue their education past the first term of studies. The purpose of the grant is to help international students to continue to work towards reaching their goal of obtaining a career education.
Eligibility: Each calendar year, new incoming international students who are enrolled in a program of study at American National University, have completed the first term and enrolled for the second term, qualify for this one–time grant, subject to availability of funding as described below.
Application Process: There is no application process for this grant. All new incoming international students who start their second term of study are eligible.
Award: Eligible students will be awarded the one–time grant amount up to the amount paid by the student for Matriculation fees. Grant payments are applied directly to students’ tuition and fee charges on their student accounts.
Continued Eligibility at American National University: No continued eligibility as this is a one–time grant.
The award year for the grant is defined as July 1st to June 30th. The total amount of funds allocated by American National University for the grant is $500,000 each award year. The availability of the grant will be evaluated at the end of each calendar year.