Miriam College offers the following forms of support to deserving students, in recognition of their hard work, perseverance, and passion for learning. The program allows this opportunity to students and faculty through full and partial scholarships.
All Miriam College students who comply with prescribed scholastic and deportment criteria are eligible for academic scholarships. Grants and Assistance may be awarded to students from the different units: the Child Study Center, Grade School, High School, MC-SAID, College and Graduate School. Since their tuition is supported by the school, all Miriam College Adult E ducation (MAE) students are also considered scholars.
This is awarded on a yearly basis to students with exemplary academic standing. An honor scholar enjoys 100% discount on tuition.
The fund comes from the interest of the amount deposited by the benefactors in Miriam College; scholarship benefits are based on guidelines given by the benefactor.
The fund comes from a benefactor who chooses to send students to Miriam College; scholarship is renewable on a yearly basis or after a student has graduated; scholarship benefits are dependent on the instructions given by each benefactor.
Awarded to student athletes on a yearly basis as long as they meet the scholarship requirements. This type of scholarship is offered in the college level only.
Scholarship for Students from Public Elementary Schools
This is intended for poor and deserving incoming High School students from nearby public schools. Each year, two to five students are granted this four-year scholarship that includes free tuition, basic, and miscellaneous fees and subsidies for textbooks, subscriptions, uniforms, and graduation attire.
All Miriam College students are eligible to apply for financial aid as long as they conform with established criteria based on academic performance, deportment and demonstrable financial need. College grantees of financial aid are expected to render certain hours of service each semester.
The Center for Educational Measurement, Inc., (CEM), a non-stock, non-profit organization providing educational measurement and research services to schools, believes in and supports the importance of measurement and research in becoming an effective institution.
Recognizing the need for expertise in these areas, CEM has collaborated with Miriam College in awarding full tuition scholarship for qualified 15 applicants to undertake the Master in Education major in Measurement and Evaluation program to commence in November 2012.
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