Grants and Scholarships

At Brown College, new and returning students, who meet eligibility criteria, are encouraged to pursue a number of institutional grants and scholarships, as well as outside scholarships and scholarship competitions. You can also find comprehensive, up-to-date information on institutional grant and scholarship programs in the Financial Aid section of our school catalog.

If at any point in the process you have questions or need more information, a Brown College financial aid representative will be available to provide assistance.

Student Ambassador Scholarship

Brown College offers Student Ambassador Scholarships to students who are active participants in the Student Ambassador Program and have remained in good standing for no less than two consecutive months. The Student Ambassador must submit two letters of recommendation from their instructors and a one-page essay describing their experience as a Student Ambassador and how they have benefited from the program.

Each quarter, the selection committee will select a maximum of two students to be awarded a $250 scholarship. Any single student can only be awarded this scholarship once during their time of study. Scholarship applications will be evaluated as they are received. Once the maximum number of scholarships is awarded for the quarter, no additional scholarships will be awarded for that quarter.

Scholarship funds are non-transferable and non-refundable to the student. If a student’s enrollment is canceled or the student withdraws or otherwise terminates his/her attendance at the school prior to the use of his/her entire scholarship, the remaining funds will be retained by the School.

Workforce Development Scholarship

Brown College has entered into an agreement with selected local area employers to provide a scholarship to selected employees of these providers of up to $2,000 per academic year, in order to assist these students with the opportunity to attend a program of study at Brown College.

To be eligible for the Workforce Development Scholarship Program, a candidate must meet the admissions requirements as stated in the catalog and be accepted for admission to Brown College, provide verification of employment with an eligible employer and complete the Workforce Development Scholarship acknowledgement form that details the terms and conditions of the Scholarship.

If you work for a local employer, you may contact the Campus Director or President to inquire whether your employer has entered into an agreement with the school and you might be an eligible candidate.

Academic Scholarship

Brown College has established an Academic Scholarship for new students applying to Brown College who demonstrate strong academic abilities and are enrolled full-time (minimum of 12 Credits). The Academic Scholarship is in the amount of $2,250 for the student’s first academic year and is not renewable. Students must complete their first term of the academic year and begin classes for their second term of the academic year before the Academic Scholarship funds will be disbursed.

Potential candidates will be considered for the Academic Scholarship upon completion of the admissions enrollment process, financial aid application process, and the completed application.

Alumni Scholarship

Brown College has established an Alumni Scholarship for graduates of Brown College who wish to return to earn a Bachelor’s degree. The initial award of an Alumni Scholarship is limited to students who will be entering their first term in a Bachelor’s degree program at Brown College and who are enrolled at least half-time.

Scholarships are not deferrable. Students must maintain the minimum requirements for eligibility in order to receive the second disbursement. Students withdrawing, not attending the second semester or registering for fewer than 6 credit hours forfeit eligibility to the second disbursement. The Alumni Scholarship is in the amount of $1000 and is non-renewable.

Yellow Ribbon Grant

In accordance with the VA-Yellow Ribbon Program, a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008, Brown College has established a Yellow Ribbon Grant. Eligibility and amounts are determined on an annual basis and are subject to change.

To be eligible for the grant -a candidate must be accepted for admission to Brown College, be eligible for Chapter 33 Post 9/11 veterans benefits at the 100% rate, as determined by the Department of Veterans Affairs, complete the appropriate school attestation form and allow for the verification of their Chapter 33 Post-9/11 eligibility via a DD-214 Member-4, Certificate of Eligibility or comparable government document. The conditions are as follows:

  • Candidate must be either an eligible Veteran or a Dependent of an eligible Veteran who meets the Chapter 33 Post-9/11 GI Bill Transferability requirements (http://www.gibill.va.gov).
  • Candidate must apply and be accepted for admission to Brown College.
  • The Yellow Ribbon Grants are applied as a credit to the student’s account and no cash payments will be awarded to the student.
  • The Yellow Ribbon Grant is used exclusively towards prior or current program charges.
  • The Yellow Ribbon grant is awarded for each period in the program that the student is determined eligible and where the grant is needed.
  • The Yellow Ribbon Grant is nontransferable and non-substitutable and cannot be combined with any other institutional grant at Brown College.

Brown College is committed to assisting military students in determining the best options available to them. To receive additional information on Veteran’s Educational Benefits eligibility, please contact the Veterans’ Administration at (800) 827-1000 or 1-888-GI Bill-1 (1-888-442-4551). You may also visit the VA website at http://www.gibill.va.gov.

*Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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