Bryan College Offers Student Stimulus Plan

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Bryan College understands that students and their families are facing unprecedented economic uncertainty related to the COVID-19. And because of that, the college is offering the Bryan Stimulus Plan for students who are coming in the fall of 2020. 

The Bryan College Stimulus Plan consists of three elements to help make education more affordable:

The Tuition Reduction – Bryan has one of the least expensive tuitions in the region.

The Difference Maker Program – Where students who earn their bachelor’s degree at Bryan College are eligible to earn a Master’s Degree at Bryan College tuition free.

The Bryan Stimulus – Each first-time student who comes to Bryan in the fall of 2020 will be eligible to receive at least $2,000 in Bryan scholarships and grants. 


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