Inspired to further one’s education, the Working Families Grant Program works to advance the University’s mission, core values and legacy of service by awarding tuition and stipend grants to economically disadvantaged single parents with dependent children – parents who possess the desire and determination to achieve a four-year undergraduate degree.

Participants create new social and economic opportunities for their future through a “partnership” philosophy that embraces academic advising and support services, career assessment and development resources, community service/volunteerism experiences, counseling, financial aid assistance, freedom of spiritual exploration, life skills development and mentoring. For more information, contact Kerry Strupp, Interim Director of Working Families Grant Program at 920.923.8953.

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