EMU unveils new Promise Grant


Initiative aligns with vision to open new pathways of access

by Ryan Cornell for Eastern Mennonite University and available here

Mary Jensen, vice president of enrollment and strategic growth, announces the new EMU Promise Grant initiative at Admitted Student Day on Saturday, Feb. 3. Eligible students from families with an adjusted gross income of less than $65,000 can get their tuition costs fully covered through the promise grant program.

With just about everything rising in price these days, EMU is ensuring that a quality college education is within reach of more students than ever before, thanks to its new Promise Grant initiative. 

The EMU Promise Grant, which takes effect during the fall 2024 semester, fully covers the tuition costs for Virginia residents whose adjusted gross family incomes are under $65,000. It is for first-time, full-time undergraduate students. For more details about EMU Promise Grant eligibility, and a sample of frequently asked questions, visit emu.edu/promise-grant

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