We do everything to help you earn your degree without any hassles. Given the spiking tuition and other educational costs that keep students from pursuing their academic goals, Bakerville offers its financial aid through "Presidential Scholarship."
You can save up to 90% of your tuition fee
Presidential Scholarship is especially designed keeping in mind the financial needs of the students of different backgrounds and is distributed to students on need basis. Serving the financial needs of students since past many years, the scholarship has proved to be beneficial for students struggling with educational expenses.
Do I qualify for Presidential Scholarship at Bakerville?
The eligibility criteria at Bakerville University for Presidential Scholarship is so minimum that 90% of the applicants qualify for it. Working adults, veterans, home-schooled students, job seekers and military officials get an instant approval for the scholarship.
With the scholarship, you can earn a degree without any financial hassles.
How Does the Scholarship Application Process Work?
The process of applying for the scholarship is simple and easy. All you have to do is show your interest for the scholarship at the time of filling out your admission form, and you will know if you qualify for a scholarship before you pay your enrollment fees. However, you are required to follow these steps:
For every 3 undergraduate courses you complete, we’ll cover the cost of 1 future course – up to 25% of the cost of your degree:
Simple Application Process
The application process is very simple and the online form can be filled within minutes. No added postage charges.
There’s nothing to sign or fill out. You’re automatically enrolled, even if you’re transferring credits.
Every new undergraduate student starts a fund. There are no limits to how many students benefit.
100% Online Eduction
From enrollment to graduation the entire process is online which means students dont have to face any hassle of commuting.
To save up to 25% on your tuition, call 1-855-775-7757 today to speak with an admissions officer.