Employees or dependents of other colleges and universities that participate in the national Tuition Exchange Program.
No. The selection process for Tuition Exchange Program benefits at Bucknell is very competitive. A large number of qualified applicants express interest for a limited number of awards.
Only first-year students at the point of initial enrollment to Bucknell are eligible. The awards are renewable annually.
Students who are not eligible for the award as a first-year student, students who decline the Tuition Exchange award, and students who are not offered the award as first-year students are not eligible for Tuition Exchange benefits in successive years while enrolled at Bucknell. Transfer students are not eligible for the program.
A minimum of $32,500 for the 2014-15 academic year. Tuition Exchange for students participating in Bucknell sponsored off-campus programs led by Bucknell faculty (known as the “Bucknell in” programs) will also be valued at $32,500.
Tuition Exchange for non-Bucknell off-campus programs will be valued at 30 percent of Bucknell tuition. Students who have a special curricular need to participate in a non-Bucknell program may, prior to their overseas study, appeal to the provost for a grant covering the Tuition Exchange award.
For questions regarding admission to Bucknell:
Mark D. Davies
Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Planning and Director of Partnerships
Holly D. Gauger
For questions regarding submission or processing of a Tuition Exchange application:
Tuition Exchange Officer
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