Wings - Adult Education at Meredith / Cost and Affordability
Invest in yourself.
We know that the cost of your education is just one of the concerns you have as an adult student. Our financial assistance staff will help you navigate how to pay for college – finding ways to make an investment in yourself affordable.
Adult students pursuing their first baccalaureate degree are eligible for financial assistance, need-based grants, outside scholarships, and private loans. And once you're enrolled, you'll have the opportunity to receive adult student-specific scholarships.
To begin the process, you'll need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the Office of Financial Assistance to determine your financial need. In 2013-14, Meredith coordinated nearly $44 million in financial assistance for 95% of students.
By earning your degree, you'll increase your earning power. And like the majority of our graduates – 94% of whom are employed or attending graduate school within a few short months of graduation – you'll see the return on your investment.
Wings - Adult Education at Meredith
Strong Story - Gemma Brodney (Wings)
Strong Story | Bev Mecum
Adult education student Bev Mecum, '15, is earning her undergraduate degree in art education at Meredith College, where she's curated her own art show, developed a network within the art community, and explored ways to combine her two previous careers with her love of art.
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